The Ferret visits Vancouver, Canada, to find out how safe supply prescriptions are transforming lives in local communities.
Coffee giant Costa sought involvement in drafting guidelines for drive-through restaurants, sparking concerns about lobbyists influencing new planning rules.
Organisations linked to an alleged Chinese secret police station in Glasgow repeatedly invited Nicola Sturgeon to the premises and met Jeremy Corbyn.
A businessman behind a Glasgow restaurant accused of being a Chinese secret police station met with Boris Johnson…
Ferret Fact Service looks at claims that police dug up the back garden of Nicola Sturgeon's house during Peter Murrell's arrest.
The number of taxable vacant and derelict land plots grew in most council areas in recent years, prompting calls for an end to “perverse incentives” for owners.
The man behind a Glasgow restaurant accused of being a Chinese secret police station has wined and dined senior Scottish politicians, The Ferret can reveal.
Global firms linked to tax havens own or operate Scottish theatres, music venues, pubs and bars, analysis by The Ferret has found.
Our research also found that about a third of shopping centres in Scotland’s cities have announced, or are considering, plans for significant redevelopment.