The family of Sheku Bayoh criticised Gordon Jackson, one of Scotland’s most senior lawyers, who they believe was watching a football match during the inquiry into Bayoh’s death.
The Scottish Government has launched an investigation after a bullet shell was found during an inspection of a fish farm off North Uist.
This week's episode is a special one, focusing on our series in conjunction with The Herald called Who Owns Urban Scotland.
At least 56 MPs accepted paid-for-trips and gifts from Qatar collectively worth £370,000 over the five years before the 2022 World Cup.
Barriers such as red tape, incomplete data and difficulties tracking down absentee landlords must be urgently tackled to help cities access community ownership.
Glasgow shopping street is Scotland's most vacant high street with 36 per cent of its shops, offices and domestic properties now lying empty.
Dr Allison Orr and Dr James White from the University of Glasgow join The Ferret to talk about how we can regenerate our high streets.
Local authorities own over 1,100 vacant properties in Scotland’s cities while real estate investors, tax haven firms and others are responsible for more than 500 high street vacancies.
Parts of Scotland’s infrastructure are linked to tax havens, China, multinationals accused of greenwashing, foreign pension funds and the ‘Vampire Kangaroo’.