An animal welfare charity has urged the Scottish Government not to drop plans for tighter regulation of fox hunting following the conviction of a top huntsman who encouraged illegal hunting.
A Children’s sports coach who heads a far right group in Scotland has been condemned after describing his organisation as "racial nationalist".
A UK Government plan to give an armed police force called the Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC) greater powers has raised “profound concerns” and been described as “deeply worrying”.
A consultation asking whether convicted miners should be exhonerated for offences during the 1984/85 strike has revealed overwhelming support for the Scottish Government to pardon them.
The number of companies registered in tax havens investing in Scotland over the last decade has increased by nearly 60 per cent.
Police Scotland has failed to meet official standards for gathering evidence from mobile phones, according to a Watchdog report.
A former master of the Jedforest Hunt in the Borders has been found not guilty of illegal fox hunting.
Concerns raised after possible security flaws in mobile phone analysis technology used by Police Scotland emerge.
A woman stalked by a hospital employee after he accessed her personal details has spoken for the first time about the impact on her life.