People with both mental health and drug and alcohol problems are being let down by the services meant to help them, according to a report by the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland.
The NHS has admitted to failings that "may have caused or contributed” to the death of a 32-year-old who was in its care for the treatment of his alcoholism.
Staff at a West Lothian hospital have been assaulted and inexperienced nurses have been left struggling to run wards amidst a staffing crisis, it has been claimed.
Critics of a controversial project which works with vulnerable mothers in Dundee have called for programme rules – insisting women who want ongoing support from the programme prevent pregnancy by either taking contraception or abstaining from sex – to be dropped.
Asylum children in Scotland have spent months living in overcrowded B&B rooms with their families and struggled to access schooling.
Thousands of disabled Scots who applied for a funding grant to adapt their home are stuck in unsuitable housing.
Ferret Fact Service looks into a claim about the European Health Insurance Card after Brexit.
Three out of every four care home places are now provided by private companies, according to new data which reveals the growing privatisation of care.
The Covid-19 pandemic continues to impact Scotland and the rest of the UK, with further restrictions in place as the Omicron variant spreads rapidly.