The oil multinational, Shell, has apologised after being fined £40,000 for breaching the rules on reporting climate pollution at its Mossmorran petrochemical plant in Fife.
Two oil multinationals have repeatedly failed to reduce the risks of major accidents at petrochemical plants in Fife, according to documents from the UK government’s Health and Safety Executive.
A Perthshire poultry firm which made headlines last year following a food safety scandal has been given more than £1.3 million by the Scottish Government.
Locals report that the Mossmorran plant burns off gas for several days and nights in a row, with noise, vibration and light pollution invading people’s homes.
The situation for Scotland’s Gypsy Travellers has “gone backwards” with people suffering “appalling discrimination”, a health crisis and high levels of poverty.
Public sector workers will be "shocked and appalled" to learn of the arms industry investments, say critics.
One of Scotland's largest farming businesses has breached regulations whilst receiving more than half a million pounds from taxpayers.
A US arms firm linked to alleged war crimes in Yemen has been condemned for a Fife school project making drones.