New research shows that Scotland is losing out on “substantial" tax revenue from derelict land owners, says land reform campaigner and MSP, Andy Wightman.
Tenants of Scotland's largest housing association who have suffered damp and mould are calling for action on repairs, as questions about use of furlough are raised.
Ferret Fact Service looks at a claim comparing the life expectancy of Glasgow to Rwanda.
Campaigners claim the Scottish Welfare Fund is a “postcode lottery” with success rates and amounts granted varying across the country.
The Government’s lack of engagement with the country’s clubs and music venues – is “unacceptable” according to industry chiefs.
Family members of a Sub Club director sold the site next door to JD Wetherspoon, the pub chain behind the very hotel plans that club owners are now battling against.
Organisations supporting asylum seekers have expressed concerns for the well-being of asylum seekers moved from flats into hotels in Glasgow.
Registers of Scotland data shows 3,237 Scottish properties were owned by companies based outside of the UK in 2019.
Glasgow tenants said they were given no prior warning about the dangerous exterior of their buildings, after urgent repairs left many locked out for days during the coronavirus pandemic.