Scottish sporting estates are charging clients up to £1,000 to shoot wild goats years after public outrage over the practice prompted the Scottish Government to review shooting laws.
The head of a Highland sporting firm has been condemned by the British Deer Society (BDS) for allowing the filming of a controversial stag cull.
Police Scotland has launched an investigation and is seeking public information about a stag that was filmed being shot and killed in a Highland sea loch.
An investigation has been launched into a video showing a stag being shot and killed in a Highland loch.
A west coast island sold off by the National Trust for Scotland should be maintained and monitored in the long-term due to its considerable scientific interest and nature conservation importance, according to an ecological survey.
The National Trust for Scotland sold off the 90-acre Isle of Insh for £353,000, even though it's former owner wanted it to stay in a natural state.
Some residents in the Argyll and Bute area have found “either bare or nearly bare” shelves at their local Co-op stores throughout the Covid-19 lockdown.
Ferret Fact Service looked at a claim from Scottish Government minister Michael Russell about how Scotland's revenue and spending.
Scottish Government minister Michael Russell said such hunting should be "stopped immediately".