All Investigations Posts
A CATHOLIC churchman jailed last year for abusing boys as young as five has yet to be stripped of his priesthood.
INVESTIGATION: Church files reveal Scots Catholic priests have been accused of abuse 126 times but never reported
ALLEGATIONS of abuse have been made 126 times against Catholic priests in Scotland over the last 70 years, according to church documents.
SURGING demand for fashionable dogs is fuelling puppy farming in Scotland, with reports of illegal breeders nearly trebling in one year.
TRAGIC student Scott Calder would have died from hypothermia within hours of being dropped off by police, according to experts.
INVESTIGATION: Deals, no deals, and dubious deals… the trail of Brexit Leave campaign’s mystery money man Richard Cook
THE international business career of the former Scottish Tory candidate behind a mystery £435,000 donation that boosted the Brexit campaign can be laid bare today.
Illegal shipments, seized cargo and a $1m lawsuit: Documents reveal global trail of Brexit money man
RICHARD COOK once had high hopes of a career in politics. In 2010, he was tipped to be the next MP for East Renfrewshire as he took on Labour’s Jim Murphy in the once strongly Conservative constituency.
Scotland’s Natural Disaster: ‘Our grandkids may never know salmon once swam in rivers. How will they ever forgive us?’
ONE of the world’s leading experts on Atlantic salmon believes the iconic fish might be lost to Scotland unless emergency action is launched – including a ban on fishing.
Scotland’s natural disaster: Scientists reveal crisis rescue plan with iconic wildlife species on brink of extinction
SCOTLAND is facing a natural disaster as some of our most iconic birds, animals and fish are facing extinction.
Puffins, capercaille and red squirrels among 10 endangered species of Scottish wildlife that are at risk
THE red list of endangered species of Scottish wildlife will not be revealed until next month but a number of Scottish species are known to be at risk amid warnings more must be done to protect them.
Whether it’s farming, forestry, fishing or sports, land use lies at the heart of wildlife problem, says naturalist Sir John Lister-Kaye
ALMOST all of the problems facing wildlife in Scotland, and around the world, are made by man.
Widow calls for answers over death of husband following lung transplant that was meant to save his life
RACHEL DUFFY will never forget the final words of her husband Malcolm: “I love you. See you soon.” Tragically, he would not.