All Investigations Posts
An international appeal that raised £20 million to rebuild Glasgow School of Art after a devastating fire is under scrutiny after it emerged insurance payouts covered the restoration work.
Black ties in the Big Apple and spectacular auctions raised millions, but did any of it help rebuild The Mack?
It was, the great and the good of the art world agreed, a splendid idea.
Scotland’s deserted coastline will be targeted by drug smugglers after Brexit, international crime experts warned yesterday.
INVESTIGATION: Secret police report said London gangster’s death on remote Aberdeenshire road was suicide – but family claim it was murder
It was a lonely place to die.
REVEALED: Airport scanner staff drafted in to cover for striking workers miss 260 possible threats in two days
Workers standing in for striking scanner staff missed more than 260 potential threats in two days at Scots airports, we can reveal.
Health chiefs have written to GPs telling them there is no need to test pupils from schools at the centre of a public health investigation, we can reveal.
Campaigners round on Health Secretary after accusing her of misleading parliament on help for victims and plans to reintroduce mesh
Victims of mesh urged Jeane Freeman to apologise and resign yesterday after they accused the Health Secretary of misleading parliament.
Council bosses admit blue water at school campus was first reported six years ago, not in 2017 as officials told public meeting
Reports of blue water at the school campus date back to 2013, council bosses have now admitted.
Investigation: Anger and betrayal – Teachers who got rare cancer while working at school built on toxic landfill call for public inquiry
Two teachers struck down with the same rare cancer while working in the same corridor at a school built on a toxic landfill site have revealed how they feel betrayed.
VIDEO: “I asked for your help, Minister. Instead, you gave me more words, words that will not stop me losing two organs in six weeks’ time.”
The group of experts apparently launched by the health secretary to help mesh victims was originally formed to reinstate the controversial implants, we can reveal.
The Killers in Picassos: Prison guards warn lives are at risk on Scotland’s roads as violent inmates get carried in ordinary cars
Some of the country’s most dangerous criminals are being ferried around Scotland in family cars, we can reveal.