Survivors of gender-based violence in Scotland are being forced to choose between paying their bills and accessing justice, experts and campaigners have warned.
The gender pay gap at the Scottish National Investment Bank has increased by almost a quarter in the 20 months since it was established, according to a new report.
Ferret Fact Service takes a look at the wave of strike action planned across Scotland in coming months, with train drivers, postal workers and coffin-makers all among those scheduled to down tools in August and beyond.
Much of The Edinburgh Fringe programme remains inaccessible to disabled audiences, prompting criticism from campaigners and advocates as the 2022 festival gets underway.
A trade union representing foster carers in Glasgow will this week submit a collective complaint to the city council, accusing the body of failing to keep promises voted for in its last budget.
Scotland’s Trades Union Congress (STUC) has issued a call for further Scottish Government intervention on the cost of living crisis as it co-hosts a nationwide summit on the issue.