Over 60 dogs seized from suspected illegal Moray puppy farm
Joint operation between the Scottish SPCA, Moray Council and Police Scotland raids property housing dozens of dogs
- Following the pregnancies of two of the 60 dogs rescued from a suspected Moray puppy farm, the Scottish SPCA are now caring for 78 dogs and puppies, many of which are showing signs of disease and infection
- The animal welfare charity has launched an urgent appeal for Royal Canin puppy milk and cotton pads for the new animals under its care
Calls for stricter penalties for wildlife crimes as Scottish gamekeeper avoids jail after killing protected birds
The Revive coalition argues the case of Alan Wilson, who avoided a custodial sentence for the illegal killing of wildlife, “highlights significant failings in the justice system”
Mick Napier: After the WhatsApp hack, it's time for a real debate on Glasgow's use of Israeli facial recognition software
Mick Napier of the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign says Glasgow City Council’s use of Israeli facial recognition software should come under renewed suspicion following revelations about the hacking of Whatsapp private messages by another Israeli firm with close links to the military
‘Do the right thing’: Family of Sheku Bayoh to lodge perjury complaint as they repeat demand for a public inquiry
“We know racism played a big part in our brother’s death and has played a role in denying us justice,” said the sister of Bayoh, on the 4th anniversary of his death in police custody
STUC supports Kurdish hunger strikers
Sarah Glynn from the Scottish Solidarity with Kurdistan campaign group reports on the support for Kurdish hunger strikers in the Scottish Trade Union Congress.
From the mention of Welsh Kurdish hunger striker Imam Sis in Lynn Henderson’s presidential opening speech, the Kurds featured prominently at this week’s Scottish Trade Union Congress.