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.
Our research also found that about a third of shopping centres in Scotland’s cities have announced, or are considering, plans for significant redevelopment.
Only a third of properties on Scotland’s busiest shopping streets are owned by companies registered in the country, The Ferret can reveal.
As the energy crisis deepens, Glasgow's South Seeds energy advice service are trying to keep people connected to gas and electricity this winter.
Trauma aware lawyers and campaigners are driving changes to the way courts deal with offending in Scotland, which they argue will make society safer for everyone.
The Home Office used location data from an international student’s mobile phone to detain him for allegedly breaking his visa conditions, The Ferret can reveal.
People with both mental health and drug and alcohol problems are being let down by the services meant to help them, according to a report by the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland.
The number of people who have had their benefits sanctioned in Scotland has doubled over the last three years.