Freedom of Information
The UK Government offered a £5.9m pay-off to Edinburgh council in an attempt to house thousands of asylum seekers on a ship berthed at Leith Docks.
The Defence Nuclear Organisation, which oversees the nuclear weapons programme, refused to release details of any of the incidents, prompting claims of a "cover up".
Fossil fuel multinational, Ineos, accused of falsifying a record and flaring gas from a chemical plant at Grangemouth in breach of pollution rules.
NatureScot granted a research licence to a private company to test new technology that will disturb dolphins, porpoises and whales at several sites in Scotland.
Delivery of nuclear reactors to power a new fleet of Trident submarines on the Clyde has been branded as “unachievable” for the second year running.
Scotland’s newly-appointed freedom of information (FoI) commissioner has run into criticism because he previously accused the media of FoI “abuse”.
The seal was shot in the face last October at Wyre Marine Farm, Scapa Flow, which is run by Scottish Sea Farms, a company which farms salmon.
Coffee giant Costa sought involvement in drafting guidelines for drive-through restaurants, sparking concerns about lobbyists influencing new planning rules.
The Scottish Government has been accused of “stripping powers away” from councils after overturning four in ten planning…