Crematoriums in Scotland must keep people’s remains for at least four weeks after their cremation under new rules created in the wake of the baby ashes scandal.
Baby Ashes Scandal
Work has started on a memorial garden for families affected by the baby ashes scandal in Aberdeen.
A new report on Aberdeen’s scandal-hit crematorium reveals that new practices appear to have “restored public confidence” in the facility.
A major refurbishment worth £1million has been announced for Aberdeen Crematorium.
Grieving relative affected by the baby ashes scandal have so far received more than £100,000 in compensation from the city council.
Aberdeen City Council has commissioned a new sculpture to be placed in a memorial garden for the families affected by the infamous baby ashes scandal at Aberdeen Crematorium.
A permanent memorial for people affected by the baby ashes scandal could be created in Hazlehead Park in Aberdeen.
A total of 205 compensation claims have been lodged against Aberdeen City Council over the baby ashes scandal.
Families affected by the baby ashes scandal have attended a meeting to discuss a potential new memorial for those affected by past practices at Aberdeen Crematorium.
Bereaved families affected by the baby ashes scandal are being encouraged to attend meetings next week to discuss setting up a memorial to the victims.
Families affected by the Aberdeen Crematorium baby ashes scandal have been given a final date to submit claims for compensation.
A special church remembrance ceremony was held in Aberdeen yesterday for families affected by the baby ashes scandal.
A new report into working practices at Aberdeen's much-criticised crematorium has found all ashes were returned and no complaints were received this year.
Aberdeen City Council has refused to release the findings of an inquiry into failings at the city's scandal-hit crematorium - even after receiving a freedom of information request from the Press and Journal.
The embattled council director in charge of Aberdeen's scandal-hit crematorium has been signed off sick.
Inverness Crematorium has received a glowing report from an inspector appointed in the wake of the baby ashes scandal.
A shock new report has claimed employees at scandal-hit Aberdeen Crematorium consider themselves "the victims" of the baby ashes scandal.
A report into current practices at the scandal-hit Aberdeen Crematorium has been published.
Calls have been made for Aberdeen City Council to hold an independent inquiry into the baby ashes scandal.
Nicola Sturgeon has paid tribute to the "courage and dignity" of the Aberdeen families who fell victim to the baby ashes scandal.
Council boss Angela Scott yesterday refused to rule out dismissing staff caught up in the baby ashes scandal as she offered to meet the grieving families.
Families involved in the Aberdeen baby ashes scandal have demanded those responsible for the "disgusting" practices at Hazlehead Crematorium face justice.
Paul Wells never received the ashes of his son Scott after he lost him to cot death in 2006.
Bereaved parents affected by the baby ashes scandal have been told a new investigation team will make "every effort" to give them the truth about what happened to their children's remains.