Scottish politicians and academics at Glasgow University have called on authorities to release a former Glasgow University student arrested in Kurdish Iraq and charged with high treason.
An engineering multinational in Aberdeen whose revenue last year was £5.48bn is among a number of major businesses paying invoices late, according to a report.
The Faslane nuclear base on the Clyde could be forced to shut down by increasing storms and floods caused by climate pollution, according to an expert report.
Ramblers Scotland said North Chesthill Estate in Glenlyon, which is home to four Munros, has ”long been notorious amongst walkers.
Glasgow should restart the refugee dispersal scheme to stop the Home Office from introducing asylum reception centres in barracks and disused oil rigs, claim campaigners.
Three of the senior executives who run the UK government authority that licenses new North Sea developments have shares worth over £225,000 in the oil industry.
Concerns have been raised over a decision by NHS Fife to suspend investigating patients' complaints due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and staff shortages.
The UK will cause 361 million tonnes of carbon pollution by increasing North Sea oil production since the climate emergency was declared in 2019.
Investments in fossil fuels by council pension funds could become less valuable as the energy market transforms, warns a new report.