Ten people were killed when a helicopter crashed into a pub after the pilot “consciously took a risk” and ignored low fuel warnings, an inquiry has found.
There were “serious shortcomings” and “systematic” failures by the London Fire Brigade (LFB) in its response to the Grenfell disaster, according to the official report into the tragedy.
Survivors and the families of those killed in the 2017 Grenfell Tower fire have been given early sight of the first inquiry report into the disaster, nearly two and a half years after the blaze claimed 72 lives.
A civil servant who claimed to be the victim of cruel office pranks has been accused of gross misconduct.
A former member of the Peterhead lifeboat crew has called for an investigation after the service was temporarily stood-down.
Gamekeepers who helped battle a huge wildfire in Moray have urged investigators to keep an open mind about whether it was set deliberately.
Top conservationists have been called to give evidence at the controversial Coul Links public inquiry next year, it has emerged.
A windfarm developer has insisted that a windfarm would not harm a Bronze Age gem that attracts tourists to the Highlands from around the world.
The family of a tragic burns boy have stepped up their fight for a public inquiry into his death.
The focus of a public inquiry into a windfarm in the far north switched yesterday to the forestry created as the result of a highly controversial 1980s government policy of offering tax breaks for tree planting.
Dozens of campaigners turned up today at the start of a public inquiry into a controversial Highland windfarm proposal to demonstrate the strength of local support for a 39-turbine scheme - the second - near the remote Sutherland village of Strathy.
Businesses in Aberdeen will tomorrow be asked to share their experiences of exporting goods and services to the rest of the world.
A big reason for going to many public sporting events is the excitement - or even danger - which makes them such a great spectacle.