Aberdeen City Council has paid out more than £350,000 compensation over the baby ashes scandal.
An investigation had revealed ashes of infants and adults were routinely mixed at Hazlehead Crematorium.
The inquiry investigated concerns raised by families across the country and found “deeply shocking” practices at the crematorium.
There were 205 compensation claims lodged with the council, with 140 being awarded a total of £360,000.
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An Aberdeen City Council spokeswoman said: “We have been committed to moving towards a settlement of claims for compensation and are working with all parties to ensure the individuals and families involved are kept fully informed throughout the process.
“The compensation claims are being finalised between our legal services and the solicitors representing those affected.
“The council has wholeheartedly apologised for the distress past practices at Aberdeen Crematorium have caused.
“The commitment to the compensation process is part of a full and comprehensive response from the organisation, but Aberdeen City Council is clear that the impact on those affected must never be forgotten.”