Over a hundred campaigners are asking the Scottish and UK governments not to bail out the petrochemical giant, Ineos, during the coronavirus crisis.
The Scottish Government is under growing pressure to act after confirmation that 87 beavers have been shot under licence in the eight months since they were given official protected status.
A rape victim charity calls for "radical changes" to the handling of sex offence cases after a judge strongly criticised the way a woman was treated in court.
Critics have called for the rules to be reformed so that MSPs are forced to disclose the true value of their holdings in private companies
Ten lochs across Scotland have been polluted by a toxic pesticide used by fish farms to control fungus, parasites and disease.
Care providers have warned they are “swimming in shark infested waters” after experiencing a “100-fold increase” in companies offering personal protective equipment at extortionate prices.
Scotland's drug injecting population is facing new concerns during the coronavirus lockdown, with access to methadone and support services slashed.
The Scottish Government has been forced to withdraw all the emergency relaxations it made to freedom of information (FoI) law in April.
Dark money donor Richard Cook signed a deed of trust between a Scottish company and a Texan oil firm run by a convicted fraudster, an investigation can reveal.