Latest news about The Scottish Government
The body tasked with protecting Scotland’s environment (Sepa) has had its funding slashed by more than a quarter in real terms since 2010.
Nearly 1,000 unanswered information requests have been binned by the Scottish Government’s environmental watchdog (Sepa) without requesters being told.
Ministers must force public bodies to ditch land access restrictions and fees as high as £700, say running events organisers.
The Scottish Government has given over £8m in public grants to companies exhibiting at a London arms fair hosting states accused of human rights violations.
Ferret Fact Service looks at controversy around a motion passed by Glasgow City Counil on drug use.
The UK Government offered a £5.9m pay-off to Edinburgh council in an attempt to house thousands of asylum seekers on a ship berthed at Leith Docks.
The first minister has promised a government investigation into NatureScot after The Ferret revealed it permitted nearly 50,000 wild animals to be killed.
Ferret Fact Service looks at a claim by Anas Sarwar about child poverty in Scotland.
A community group bidding to create a bitterly disputed golf course has been attacked as an “astroturfing front”.