Scots academics are being recruited by online 'essay mills' to produce assignments for desperate students, despite pleas by university bosses to crack down on contract cheating.
The public auction of Maggie's Penguin Parade sculptures raised enough to fund the charity's Dundee centre for a full year.
Swinney has ‘very serious questions to answer’ as education bosses finally seek proper controls on school app
Authorities are attempting to fix safety concerns about a school networking app months after they were first warned of problems.
Scottish Government urged to delay liquor licence renewals after official advice branded ‘utterly inadequate’
A leading expert has urged the Scottish Government to delay a looming renewal of personal liquor licences or risk throwing the industry into "complete meltdown".
Licensing bodies move to ‘crisis planning’ as liquor permit deadline looms without advice from Scottish Government
Licensing bodies have moved to "crisis planning" over a looming deadline to renew liquor permits which could leave thousands of Tayside firms in chaos, according to a leading trade expert.
A leading licensing expert has warned of potential job losses due to a looming national permit "meltdown" which could affect thousands of businesses across Tayside and Fife.
Education Scotland is facing "very difficult questions" after being forced to order a hard reset of all passwords across its national digital learning platform following a major security breach.
School teachers say they have been silenced after trying for more than a year to raise the alarm over suspended social networking tool Yammer.
A social networking tool made available to every schoolchild in Scotland has been infiltrated by graphic content, drug pushers and individuals identifying themselves as paedophiles.
Two newly-identified letters on display for the first time have given fresh insight into the extent of Robert Burns' radical politics.