The UK Government's rhetoric against asylum seekers puts people at risk from harm, according to a psychotherapist who works with torture survivors in Glasgow.
A beaver shot in Perthshire is recovering in the care of the SSPCA after it was found at the side of the road with facial wounds by a member of the public.
Government woodland bosses have been criticised for failing to bring beavers back to state-owned Scottish land and save them from possible shooting.
A highly critical report has alleged a series of failings by national park chiefs in protecting the unique geological heritage in their care.
A plan intended to aid the spread of beavers across the whole of Scotland has been published, with more than a quarter of a million acres marked as potential habitat.
Conservationists have welcomed plans by the Scottish Government’s woodland agency to bring beavers to three new sites on its vast estate before the end of this year.
Conservationists have urged NatureScot to stick to the timetable it set for Scotland’s new policy on wild beavers, to save animals from being shot.
Why is a supermarket sponsoring vital climate talks? And just how green is it, asks Richard Baynes in this exclusive Ferret podcast.
A podcast revealing the row over the 'Hunterston hum' from oil ships — and the impact of other energy industries on this slice of the Clyde coast.