Police Scotland is investigating an incident in March when a seal was allegedly shot at a fish farm in Loch Spelve, on the southeast coast of Mull
Scottish anti-nuclear groups were spied upon by the British state in the 1970s and 1980s, according to documents released by police to the spycops inquiry.
A senior lobbyist with an international consulting company volunteered to help a Facebook group running anti-SNP adverts during the Scottish election. campaign.
Arms firms in Scotland who sell weapons to Israel received nearly £10m in grants from Scottish Enterprise, it has been revealed.
Scotland’s largest fishing organisation has refused to confirm if it has removed a fisherman from one of its committees after he was fined in court for illegal dredging
Environmental and anti-racism groups have warned far-right activists are trying to exploit people’s concern over the environment as a recruiting tool
The Electoral Commission is to investigate after receiving complaints over a green political party accused of "blatant electoral deceipt" at the Holyrood election.
Candidates for a political party called Independent Green Voice have been accused of Holocaust denial and are former activists with the British National Party.
A former master of the Jedforest Hunt in the Borders has been found not guilty of illegal fox hunting.