Six Highland community councils have united to pressure the local authority to fix long standing issues at a ferry crossing which they claim are causing an exodus.
Campaigners say the UK is supposed to have comparable data protection laws to the EU and called on regulators to do more to enforce UK citizen's data protection rights.
The Ferret looks back on hearing three of the Sheku Bayoh Inquiry, which tried to get to the heart of what caused his death.
A community group bidding to create a bitterly disputed golf course has been attacked as an “astroturfing front”.
The area of new woodland being created in Scotland has fallen to its lowest level in five years, a new analysis by The Ferret has found.
The use of snares for catching animals is to be banned by the Scottish Government.
Drug deaths in Scotland have fallen for the first time in almost a decade. But those using drugs in Glasgow City Centre – and across Scotland – need more support to make sure they not only survive, but thrive.
The multinational owner of Scottish rugby’s new “green” sponsor drills for oil and gas and has backed fracking, prompting accusations of greenwashing.
Evidence of scallop dredging has been found inside an Orkney marine protected area, prompting calls for the Scottish Government to “urgently deliver” on its promise to better regulate coastal waters.