Twenty children have been killed in Yemen since the UK government resumed arms sales to Saudi Arabia just over one month ago.
Scottish school pupils have received their grades without sitting exams due to the coronavirus pandemic. But many pupils felt those grades had been unfairly adjusted. Ferret Fact Service examined the controversy.
Two new incidents in which birds of prey are alleged to have been illegally killed on a sporting estate in southern Scotland are under investigation by the police.
An analysis by The Ferret revealed the lack of ethnic minority representation across Scotland’s listed companies.
A £2bn pension scheme chasing retired business owners for payments of up to £1.2m has been forced to review the way it is governed after no Scottish representatives would serve on its board of trustees.
A public conservation body which has received millions of pounds of funding to restore Scotland’s peat bogs is allowing commercial peat extraction on its own land, The Ferret can reveal.
Rhea, 16, from Shetland, is working with Rape Crisis to raise awarness of sexual violence in rural communities by sharing more than 60 anonymous stories of young wormen, detailing experiences from unwanted touching to sexual violence and rape.
The cost of UK programmes to replace Trident and nuclear submarines on the Clyde increased by over £1 billion in a year, according to data released by the Ministry of Defence.
Scottish influencers on social media have alleged their industry discriminates against Black people.