A COMMERCIAL servicing company ousted from Prestwick Airport to boost business for the hub's own in-house firm had offered to invest £2 million this summer to develop a "first-class executive terminal", it has emerged.
ENVIRONMENTALISTS have called on Scotland??s largest local authority to crack down on traffic emissions after a parliamentary report branded air pollution a ??public health crisis?? on a par with smoking.
THE transparency of Scotland??s largest public transport partnership has been called into question after a senior executive was able to hand nearly £5 million worth of contracts to a bus firm where his son worked without having to declare a conflict of interest.
NIGHT-time freight trains operating through the Central Belt have been found to be disrupting residents and breaching noise guidelines set by the World Health Organisation (WHO), according to a new report.