Five elderly care home residents played their own version of the FIFA World Cup yesterday by competing in a penalty shoot-out.
The controversial sale of the Aberdeen Grammar FP Club in Rubislaw has been agreed with a care home operator, for a price in the region of £2.25 million.
Staff at an under-fire care home on the outskirts of Belfast have been spat at, jeered and a car attacked.
A grieving relative has hit out as the doors closed on a far north care home.
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An Aberdeen support worker has been struck off after leaving a vulnerable woman on the toilet for 40 minutes while she went for a cigarette.
Residents at an Inverness nursing home have suffered poor and inconsistent care - including going to bed hungry - which left their health and wellbeing at risk, care inspectors found.
Nurse tells inquiry staff ‘did not have the training’ to care for pensioner who died at Inverness nursing home
The nurse in charge of the care of a 72-year-old woman who died in an Inverness home told an inquiry that her team did not have enough training to look after her.
Developers have revealed their vision for a multi-million pound care home providing dozens of much needed places for elderly people and creating 100 full-time jobs in Inverness.
A north-east nurse who failed to report an alleged rape has been has been sanctioned after failing to lock up drugs at a care home.
A Highland care home, where vulnerable residents used to be unable to bathe or shower regularly due to a lack of hot water, has made “significant” improvements.
Councillors defied their officials yesterday to approve a 40-bed care home in the Black Isle.
A north-east care worker has been accused of nipping and shouting at residents under her supervision.
Elderly people at an Inverness care home have been left without transport after a “mindlessly cruel” vandal targeted their only vehicle.
“Serious concerns” at Highland care home after inspection reveals not enough hot water to bathe residents
Residents at a Highland care home are unable to bathe regularly as there is not enough hot water - despite inspectors repeatedly flagging up the issue.
A hospice fundraiser has been allowed to continue working in social care - despite discussing pornography and sex acts with a vulnerable care home resident.
He has given comfort and companionship to the residents of "his" Lochaber care home.
A sickening video has captured the moment three care home staff abuse an elderly dementia patient.
A Lochaber care home is celebrating after getting top marks following an inspection by the Care Inspectorate.
A north care home manager dragged an elderly resident to her bed after a fall and withheld pain relief from another patient, a disciplinary hearing heard.
Green-fingered students from Moray College have put their horticultural skills to good use by brightening up the gardens at a local care home.
A north-east care worker who was accused of repeatedly lying to her boss about a resident falling out of bed has avoided a ban from the profession.
Care home boss accused of slapping woman on bare bottom and saying resident was “here to die anyway”
A care home boss accused of not giving a resident pain relief - and telling a colleague they were "there to die anyway" - will go before his professional watchdog next month.
Moray Council has announced the details of a new housing unit which is being created to replace an axed care home.
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A troubled Moray care home is to be axed given high levels of unrest amongst its residents and soaring rates of staff sickness.
Bosses at a private health care firm are on the brink of closing a 54-bed home - amid warnings the move could "devastate" a north-east community.
A north-east care home has been allowed to admit new residents again almost a year after being banned following a scathing report into how the facility was being run.
As the row over the closure of a private Turriff care home continues, it has emerged that sheltered housing in the town is to be demolished.
The company running a north-east care home that is on the brink of closure has come under fire from a senior member of staff over its handling of the business.
A carer has been cleared of assaulting a 94-year-old dementia sufferer at a crisis-hit nursing home in Aberdeen.
A troubled north-east firm which offers an at-home care service for elderly and vulnerable people has found new owners after it was forced into liquidation by a court order.