Inspectors have demanded “urgent” improvements from a Moray care home - warning further action may be taken if they are not made within two months.
A north-east school and nursery have been praised by inspectors for producing “happy” pupils.
A Moray nursery has been praised for creating a “caring and relaxed” environment for children to grow.
A court has granted a request to formally suspend the registration of an Inverness care home.
The owner of a care home threatened with having its licence revoked has conceded “it’s the end” of the health care facility following a damming report from the Care Inspectorate.
‘Serious risk to the life, health and wellbeing of residents’ – Care inspectorate to take Inverness care home to court to have registration removed
A health watchdog is moving to revoke the registration of an Inverness care home in court after serious failings were found which presented “serious risk" to the "life, health and wellbeing" of its 24 residents.
An Aberdeen charity has been praised by inspectors for the high quality of its care home service.
Staff and pupils at Turriff Primary and Nursery have been praised by inspectors following a recent review of the school.
Staff at an Aberdeen day care centre failed to learn children’s names and “did not always prioritise” their safety.
An Aberdeen nursery criticised for failing to protect children from neglect has now achieved a positive inspection rating.
Inspectors have found that staff at an Aberdeenshire nursery were "not trained and competent in administering lifesaving medication".
A north-east kids club is so good children don't want to leave it, a parent has told inspectors.
A children’s nursery in Aberdeen has been praised by inspectors and parents.
Inspectors have carried out an intensive eight-month investigation into services in Aberdeen for children in need of care, and yesterday published a report praising the system.
A day care centre for children in Aberdeen has received top marks after an unannounced inspection.
The users of an Aberdeen housing service have praised staff to inspectors.
Care inspectors have ordered a Highland care home to make a series of improvements - including providing adequate heating at night - but also praised the care and compassion provided to residents.
Council chiefs have vowed “we can and will do better” after their Portsoy care home received damning criticism from inspectors.
Aberdeenshire adoption agency receives praise from inspectors – and warning that staffing issues are undermining progress
A north-east adoption agency has been praised by inspectors – but they have also expressed concerns that staff shortages are causing “drift and delay” when it comes to securing children’s futures.
An Aberdeen sheltered housing complex has been praised by inspectors for its high levels of care and support.
Seaforth House in Golspie received a glowing report from the Care Inspectorate in two of the new standards after an unannounced visit earlier this year.
Children at an Aberdeen special school are not being taught maths, literacy or safety skills properly and senior staff tied-up in red tape, a shock new report has found.
Two council-run care services based on the same north-east site have been praised by inspectors.
Inspectors have expressed continued concerns about the level of care provided at a home for the elderly in Inverness which had recently faced closure.
Youngsters with hearing impairments are being made to feel “comfortable and supported” at a specialist north east school.
An Aberdeen care home whose quality of care was savaged by inspectors will be shut down for good today.
A north day centre run by volunteers dazzled care chiefs during an inspection and has been given a glowing report.
An Aberdeenshire after-school club has been told to do more to challenge bullies.
A council-owned care home, which was told to ensure 21 residents had access to more than one bathroom, has been slammed by inspectors for making no progress in six months.
Care chiefs have upheld a complaint against a north-east nursery after a child fell down a set of metal stairs.
An Aberdeen school which has repeatedly overcome the threat of closure has been praised following a recent inspection.
A urine-soaked Aberdeen care home where residents were left to their own devices will close, following a damning report by the Care Inspectorate.