As we mark World Water Day, many people in Scotland may think that the potential of drought is something more relevant to hotter, drier, and poorer countries. Water scarcity has hit the headlines across the UK this week, and the problem is much closer to home than many Scots may realise.
Campaigners wanting to remove Glasgow street names linked to the slave trade should instead focus on modern slavery, writes Shan Saba
A recent report on the employment prospects of computer science graduates in Scotland gives a slightly confusing view of the fantastic employment opportunities that exist in the sector.
If your business is VAT registered you need to be aware of a new system from 1 April, says Ross Boyd
Devolving some powers over income tax to the Scottish parliament has created not only a divergence with the rest of the UK, but also raised a number of questions about defining a Scottish taxpayer.