Scotland’s greenhouse gas emissions explained
Everything you need to know about Scotland's greenhouse gas emissions.
Watchdog ruling prompts calls for Covid-19 cash transparency
A watchdog has sparked renewed calls for covid funding transparency from public bodies, after a council that followed "dodgy" Scottish Government advice on publishing data was found to be in breach of access to information rules.
Land access: charity demands action after highland estate blocks walkers
Ramblers Scotland said North Chesthill Estate in Glenlyon, which is home to four Munros, has ”long been notorious amongst walkers.
Ban private firms from auditing Scotland’s public spending, urges report
The Scottish Government should ban private firms from auditing local authorities’ accounts as their involvement is an obstacle to transparency and democracy, claims a new report.
Fact check: the final BBC Scottish leaders’ debate
Ferret Fact Service looks at another five claims from the party leaders during a BBC debate ahead of the Scottish Parliament elections.
The strange death of the Scottish election poster
Of Scotland’s 32 council areas just four – Shetland, the Highlands, the Western Isles, and Argyll and Bute – now allow political posters on council property.