The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has been condemned by a Westminster committee for failing to release land for 55,000 new homes as part of UK Government plans to try and ease the housing crisis.
An animal welfare charity has urged the Scottish Government not to drop plans for tighter regulation of fox hunting following the conviction of a top huntsman who encouraged illegal hunting.
Environmental and wildlife groups are calling for urgent action to combat the twin climate change and wildlife crises and help preserve Scotland’s natural heritage.
More than 1,100 of Scotland's wildlife species and natural habitats are in a "poor" condition, and dozens of the nation’s protected sites have been damaged by climate change.
Lothian Pension Fund’s investments in fossil fuels has increased by £64 million - almost 40 per cent - since last year, according to new research.
Campaigners have welcomed a move by Aberdeen University to divest from fossil fuels by 2025.
For 44 years Young has been fighting for justice and he is speaking to The Ferret about a life-changing, devastating experience - alleging there has been “medical negligence, lies and cover-ups”.
An engineering multinational in Aberdeen whose revenue last year was £5.48bn is among a number of major businesses paying invoices late, according to a report.
Concerns have been raised over a decision by NHS Fife to suspend investigating patients' complaints due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and staff shortages.