The National Union of Students Scotland is officially endorsing an environmental pledge calling for all educational careers services to end relationships with oil, gas and mining recruiters.
Exclusive footage of a rescue mission which saved the lives of more than 100 people stranded in the Mediterranean Sea.
Thousands of disabled Scots who applied for a funding grant to adapt their home are stuck in unsuitable housing.
The Scottish Police Authority (SPA) has rejected calls for an independent inquiry into policing over the course of COP26.
Students at Edinburgh University have become the first in Scotland to vote to boycott all oil, gas and mining industry recruiters from campus.
Sixty-seven police staff have been subject to domestic violence complaints between January 2018 to September 2021.
Thousands of commercial units are lying empty across Scotland’s town centres, sparking concerns that more businesses will shut as the cost of living crisis deepens.
Post Office closures are cutting communities across Scotland off from vital services, with disabled people saying they are paying a premium without regular access to cash point and financial services.
None of the money from a £20 million fund to improve accommodation for Gypsies, Roma and Traveller people has been spent since it was announced last year by the Scottish Government.