Nineteen fish farms on lochs along the west coast of Scotland have been identified as posing the most risk to endangered wild salmon.
A Scottish Government agency is still considering “permanent closure” of the Radical Road on Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh.
The Scottish Greens are coming under pressure to back a bid to strengthen and extend freedom of information law – and boost the chances of reform.
The five-year closure of the Radical Road on Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh has been condemned as “nonsensical” and “bizarre” by leading safety experts.
Campaigners have published 30 photos which they say expose the marine wildlife killed by “destructive” and “wasteful” fishing for scampi around Scotland.
Scotland’s forestry agency has been accused of “indiscriminate massacre” after it admitted it could have killed nearly 2,000 baby red squirrels.
Hundreds of people appealing against the refusal of public bodies to release information are facing backlogs and long delays.
A plan to reintroduce beavers in northern Scotland has been postponed following opposition from landowners, aided by the local SNP politician, Kate Forbes.
Scottish Government delays in responding to freedom of information requests have been condemned as “extremely disappointing and wholly unacceptable”.