A new garden for quiet reflection for parents affected by the city's baby ashes scandal was unveiled in an Aberdeen park yesterday.
Applications have opened for people who would like a plaque in the memorial garden at Hazlehead Park after the baby ashes scandal.
Work has begun on a permanent memorial garden for families affected by the baby ashes scandal at Aberdeen’s Hazlehead crematorium.
Designs have been chosen for a new memorial garden and sculpture for parents affected by the Aberdeen baby ashes scandal.
Aberdeen City Council has tonight made public a shock report which blasts the "small scale" investigation the body undertook into the baby ashes scandal.
The number of cases of bereaved families seeking compensation following the baby ashes scandal in Aberdeen has more than doubled in the last week before the city council's deadline.
Dozens of bereaved families affected by the Aberdeen baby ashes scandal have lodged claims for financial compensation.
Scotland's Minister for Public Health Aileen Campbell, said some of the historic practices uncovered in the report were "unacceptable and, frankly, appalling".
A binding contract will be made between a woman and her doctor about what should be done with the remains of her child in new rules established in the wake of the baby ashes scandal.
The man who was in charge of Aberdeen Crematorium during a period now subject to a national investigation has been fired.
Aberdeen City Council is re-opening a probe into the baby ashes scandal following an allegation that adults and babies were cremated together.