Homes and businesses in Broughty Ferry could have greater protection from future flooding if a new £15.5m scheme gets the go-ahead next week.
This autumn has been a tough one for the UK with many parts seeing record levels of rain and below average temperatures, but with sunshine showing up in the unlikeliest of places.
Flood-hit homes and businesses will be able to receive up to £5,000 to help them pay for property improvements that protect them from future flooding.
The former High Sheriff of Derbyshire was swept away for half a mile after driving into floodwater, an inquest has heard.
Venetians have endured another exceptional tide in a season that is setting records.
Tourists and residents have been allowed back into St Mark’s Square in Venice a day after it was closed due to exceptionally high tidal waters that swept through most of the lagoon city’s already-devastated centre.
Exceptionally high tidal waters have surged through Venice again.
Italy’s government has declared a state of emergency in flood-ravaged Venice.
More than 800 properties across parts of England have been affected by flooding so far, with the Met Office warning of more rain on the way.
Communities across parts of England and Wales woke up to a blanket of snow as forecasters warned of further rain in flood-hit areas.
Boris Johnson faced heavy criticism over his response to flooding as he met victims in one of the worst-hit areas.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson was accused of doing nothing to help flood victims as he took a break from electioneering to visit one of the worst hit areas.
Farms have suffered “unprecedented damage” from the recent flooding, a farmers’ leader said as she called for support for those affected.
The Prime Minister will chair a meeting of the Government’s emergency committee to discuss the response to severe flooding that has hit parts of the country.
A woman whose home and business have been destroyed by floods in South Yorkshire has described how she has lost everything she has worked for after her insurance did not cover flooding.
A military helicopter is working through the night to bolster defences in flood-hit South Yorkshire as more rain is forecast.
Villagers remaining in the flood-hit village of Fishlake say they are helping each other, despite the council saying it will not be helping as the advice is to leave.
People who stayed in a flooded village cut off by river water have been urged to leave by a council as more rain is forecast across the UK.
A Worksop resident has described how becoming homeless due to the weather has thrown her family, including her disabled siblings, into disarray.
People living in a village cut off by floodwater say they are helping each other get through the crisis until the water levels drop.