NHS Highland bosses have unveiled a 32-page action plan to combat bullying in response to a damning report probing a culture of intimidation and harassment within the organisation.
A north-east head teacher, who is due to retire this summer, has been praised by education chiefs after her school secured a positive report from inspectors.
One of the first clinicians to blow the whistle, GP Dr Iain Kennedy said as a group the whistle blowers were very disappointed by the apology.
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.
The North Sea will need investment of £200billion in order to add another generation to its production life, according to a flagship report published today.
The shocking level of mistreatment pensioners were subjected to by “cruel” workers at a north-east care home has been revealed by inspectors.
An Aberdeen nursery, which was previously criticised for offering an “old and tired” setting for children, has been praised for transforming its surroundings.
A report has found that police failed to make diligent enquiries to trace a 72-year-old man who had made a 999 call for an ambulance before he was found dead in his home, at supported accommodation in Inverness, the following day.
Council education chiefs are recommending that an Aberdeen Catholic school is moved from its long-term home to a new site.
Lossiemouth residents once again face the prospect of losing the town’s most popular swimming pool amid fresh fears over the soaring construction costs of its replacement.
A long-awaited report on Aberdeen Football Club’s new £50million stadium dream was dramatically deferred last night – with sources indicating that planners are recommending refusal.
Nick Pilbeam admits he wasn’t sure what the reaction would be when he helped establish Scotland’s first Men’s Shed in Westhill in Aberdeenshire.
New study findings show nearly one in five (21%) Scots have no savings to fall back on, while a third (33%) admit to not saving enough for the long term.
A new council report into Aberdeen's controversial planned waste incinerator has been blasted as a "box ticking exercise".
The condition of NHS Highland's buildings have been ranked as one of the worst in Scotland.
Children at a Moray school are not receiving the quality of teaching they should be, according to a report published this week.
Caley Thistle returned to within three points of the summit, with a thoroughly convincing win this evening against St Johnstone.
The quality of care and support a Highland nursery provides to children has been described as "weak" by inspectors and it is has been ordered to make improvements.
NHS Western Isles has welcomed the results of a new national healthcare report for one of its hospitals.
An Aberdeen nursery has received a glowing report from inspectors.