A killer tree disease has spread to Scotland’s main timber crop, sikta spruce, raising fears for the environment and the £1 billion forestry industry.
Ferret Fact Service looks at controversy over newspaper claims that Scotland’s wealth inequality is growing.
As technology advances and Scotland modernises, Travellers say they are struggling to retain their traditional lifestyle and are often forced to hide their ethnicity for fear of prejudice.
Ferret Fact Service looks at the viral claim that Irn-Bru's dominance makes Scotland the only country where a Coca-Cola product is not the most popular drink.
Scottish beaches rated as “poor” for pollution have been given awards for “cleanliness”, prompting accusations that the public have been misled.
Allowing fracking in Scotland could pose “serious risks” to the health of workers, according to a new analysis.
Ferret Fact Service looks at Ruth Davidson's claim that Scotland only attracts four per cent of the immigrants that come to the UK.
The Ferret investigates the fears, the worries and the costs of living with fracking in Pennsylvania.
Attempts to defeat wildlife crime unravel as gamekeepers boycott government meetings and another prosecution is dropped.