The Ferret and HuffPost investigate how Dundee's drug death crisis is being driven by government austerity policy.
Dundee City Council has been criticised for using £5,500 of its Common Good Fund to pay for a portrait of the city’s Lord Provost.
Top Scottish politicians quaffed champagne and dined on veal alongside property investors at a secret £5,000 VIP dinner in the south of France, The Ferret has learned.
The drug-related death count in Dundee jumped from 57 to 73 in 2017, and is almost double the national average.
New housing estates in Scotland have been branded “car sick” because they pander to drivers at the expense of pedestrians, public transport and bikes.
Cyber attacks have resulted in data breaches and losses at three Scottish councils, according to a new report that reveals the extraordinary scale of security threats faced by local authorities.
Pension funds run by ten Scottish local authorities invest more than £400 million in 23 fracking companies.
Hundreds of body-worn cameras are in use by council workers across Scotland, even though few can show that they have considered the privacy implications of using them.
Dangers of death from traffic accidents exposed as a “postcode lottery” by the lack of 20mph speed limits on streets across Scotland.