New safety fears over 10-year failure to recruit enough skilled and experienced staff to work on UK nuclear weapons and submarines.
Residents criticise UK's largest landowner for not fencing off toxic waste ponds left from lead mining in the Dumfries and Galloway hills.
A report for local authorities says that nuclear plants are vulnerable to drone strikes, cyber attacks and terrorist infiltrators.
More than 1,700 of Scotland’s most precious wild animals, plants and places are in a poor state – and 600 of them are getting worse.
The Grangemouth petrochemical company is pressing ahead with fracking plans despite the Scottish Government's moratorium.
The Scottish Information Commissioner, Rosemary Agnew, bowed to government pressure to conceal information about legal advice on tuition fees.
Scottish ministers have not given legal protection to ten endangered species, including four insects, two plants, two seahorses and water voles.
Fresh fears about fracking Scotland’s central belt after scientists discover dangerous levels of toxic chemicals at a US fracking site.
A "restricted" Nato air exercise manual with codewords, ciphers and co-ordinates is mistakenly circulated to fishing and ferry operators.