The number of children learning a musical instrument in Scottish schools has fallen dramatically during the pandemic, leading to fears lessons may be permanently affected.
Taxpayers may be paying "excessive costs" for new schools, hospitals and roads.
Scotland’s criminal records checking agency is continuing to spend millions of pounds to manually deal with disclosure applications more than a year after an IT system £44 million over budget went live.
A Glasgow mother plans to take Scotland's largest council to the Supreme Court over the funding of a care package for her disabled son in a case that may have far-reaching implications for families across the country.
An analysis by The Ferret revealed the lack of ethnic minority representation across Scotland's listed companies.
A £2bn pension scheme chasing retired business owners for payments of up to £1.2m has been forced to review the way it is governed after no Scottish representatives would serve on its board of trustees.