The freedom of information watchdog has criticised the Scottish Government for keeping 'black spider' letters from Prince Charles secret.
Two former Conservative MSPs were forced to pay back £12,512.56 to the public purse after over-claiming on their office expenses.
Scotland’s freedom of information commissioner, Rosemary Agnew, has admitted delaying sensitive decisions in the run-up to the independence referendum in 2014.
Some of the most expensive Scottish peers have claimed thousands of pounds for 'excessive' air travel between Scotland and London whilst campaigning on climate change.
Concerns raised about more than £27,000 donated to the Scottish National Party by a drilling company that could benefit if the moratorium on fracking were to end.
MSP pensions invested £3.2 million in weapons, tobacco and dirty fuels despite the dangers they pose to life, health and the planet.
The heir to the throne, Prince Charles, secretly lobbied Scottish ministers and public agencies to save red squirrels, protect bees, help sustainable fisheries, back homeopathy, create eco-towns, help young offenders and reform the education system.
Prince Charles privately lobbied Alex Salmond to give money or political backing to an organic food group, his north highland food brand, a stately home, a decaying castle and a series of other buildings in Scotland.
Journalist Atli Thór Fanndal lost work after he exposed government corruption in Iceland. Now Napier University has kicked him off his journalism course.