Freedom of Information
New figures have revealed an incease in the number of Scots who are not paying for a TV Licence.
Data released under freedom of information law shows the results of sampling for microplastics in Scottish seas in 2021 and 2022.
The closure of one of Edinburgh’s most famous footpaths is to be reviewed following pressure from access and conservation groups.
Women who served as councillors across Scotland have faced threats of violence racist abuse, and sexual harassment during their time in office, as new figures reveal that one in three female councillors stepped down at the 2022 election.
Nuclear safety incidents on the Clyde with the “potential” to cause radiation leaks contaminating people and the environment have nearly doubled.
Wild swimmers face “a risk” to their health from a toxic pesticide used by salmon farming companies, says a report for the industry.
The public could be banned forever from one of Edinburgh’s most historic and popular footpaths.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has revealed that the costs to taxpayers of a cyber attack have risen to at least £5.5 million.
A Ferret analysis of Highland Council covid grants found that the Ben Alder, Gledfield, Kilchoan and Dorback estates, each received financial support while being owned by companies located in either the Bahamas, Guernsey or Jersey.