The staffing crisis which has caused mounting problems at the north-east's super jail has been detailed in a new report.
Scottish Prison Service
A retired police officer and football coach jailed for sexually abusing three boys has died.
Prison chiefs have privately admitted there is currently "no money" available to progress plans for a new £80 million jail for the Highlands and islands.
A recruitment crisis at a north-east super jail could be increasing the risk of officers being attacked, it was claimed yesterday.
Dozens of staff and prisoners have been attacked at a north-east super jail over the past seven months, it emerged yesterday.
The new boss of a superjail is being challenged to bring young offenders back to the north-east before they have even been appointed.
A probe has been launched after inmates at a north-east superjail were caught posting on social media – just months after a similar incident at the prison.
Convicted race hate killer Michael Ross has spoken for the first time about three failed escape attempts in the decade since he was jailed for life for the murder of a waiter in Orkney – claiming it proves his innocence rather than guilt.
Probe launched after prisoner who tried to kill three police officers posts pictures from within jail on Facebook
An investigation has been launched after pictures purportedly taken inside HMP Grampian ended up on Facebook.
A local politician will visit the region’s super jail as part of a project to highlight the plight of inmate’s loved ones.
Prison officers at HMP Grampian have been given training on how to cope with people suffering from Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Guards at a north-east super jail are seizing more than two items of contraband a day from inmates.
Shamed nurse facing jail term after smuggling cocaine and cannabis inside her to get it into HMP Grampian
A shamed nurse is facing prison and the ruin of her career after she admitted smuggling drugs into a north-east super jail.
New figures have laid bare the “harsh reality” of the number of inmates going into a north-east prison on illegal drugs.
HMP Grampian joins forces jobs scheme to give ex-servicemen and women insight into life as a prison officer
Former soldiers could soon be patrolling the halls at a north-east super jail.
Released prisoners are “routinely” taken to food banks to help them cope with benefit delays, ministers have been told.
A former Polish prisoner attacked by a violent racist could be paid thousands in compensation after winning his battle against the Scottish Government.
An award-winning north-east prison museum unveiled its latest attraction yesterday after a piece of history was finally returned.
A killer who tried to sue prison chiefs for more than £1,500 after they confiscated his console games has lost his case.
More staff have quit their jobs at a north-east superjail than at any other prison in Scotland since it opened four years ago.
More than £2.6million was spent on plans to build a new prison and justice centre in Inverness before a single brick was laid, it can be revealed.
An investigation is underway after a prisoner died while on remand in Porterfield Prison in Inverness.
Inmates in a north-east superjail have been reading about how to bake the perfect Christmas cake and the horrific history of Nazi Germany, the Press and Journal can reveal.
A racist murderer serving a life sentence at a north-east superjail yesterday failed in his attempt to sue the prison governor over the use of his sex aid.
Concerns have been raised that more than 1,000 virtual visits have been booked for prisoners at a north-east superjail.
A prisoner has died at a north-east super jail.
A prisoner was kept in isolation for more than 800 days at the north-east’s super jail.
A shock report has laid bare serious concerns among prison staff about the north-east’s “superjail” operating “on a knife edge”.
The death of a sex offender murdered by his cellmate might have been avoided if a “bullying marker” had been added to his killer’s file, a Fatal Accident Inquiry has found.
A community leader has criticised bosses at the biggest retail park in Inverness for opposing plans for a new £66million jail.
Prison chiefs have hit back at bosses of the biggest retail park in Inverness over plans for a new £66million city jail.
An investigation has been ordered into how a prisoner slipped his guards before evading police for more than 14 hours during a city-wide manhunt.