A date has been set for the funeral of a woman found dead at her Aberdeen home.
A councillor is urging more people to make use of a bus link after it emerged it carries fewer than eight people per day.
Work has started on the memorial garden for families affected by the Aberdeen baby ashes scandal.
Services have resumed at Aberdeen Crematorium after a major refurbishment.
Work to revamp Aberdeen’s crematorium is four weeks behind schedule due to adverse ground conditions.
Sick thieves have left a grieving family devastated after they stole a floral wreath following a cancer victim’s funeral.
A new report on a scandal-hit crematorium reveals new practices appear to have “restored public confidence” in the facility.
Aberdeen's crematorium is to undergo a facelift, forcing hundreds of funeral services to take place elsewhere for five months.
An independent audit into Aberdeen City Council’s cremation practices has claimed the council is providing an “excellent service”.
A service of remembrance is set to take place tomorrow for people who have lost babies early in their pregnancy.
Aberdeen city council's chief executive has come under fire for giving a former department boss connected to the baby ashes scandal a "glowing reference".
Lawyers representing families affected by the baby ashes scandal have spoken of their shock at the sheer number of people coming forward.
People affected by the baby ashes scandal at Aberdeen Crematorium are invited to attend one of three meetings next week to discuss setting up a memorial.
Work to make improvements to Aberdeen Crematorium is expected to start next month.
The public will be given the chance to see inside Aberdeen's controversial crematorium next month - just two months after it was slammed following a scandal.
Statement from Aberdeen City Council chief executive Angela Scott Regrettably Dame Elish has found the allegation to be true and that unethical and abhorrent practices had taken place over many years at Aberdeen Crematorium.
An Aberdeen couple have spoken of their anger and frustration in the wake of the baby ashes scandal at Hazlehead Crematorium.
A heartbroken mum today called for criminal charges to be brought against those responsible for the baby ashes scandal.
A mum today said there would be no closure for families after finding out her baby was cremated alongside an unknown adult.
Joint cremations with babies and adults could have taken place as a way to ensure the crematory operators finished their shift earlier, staff revealed.
Babies were cremated along with unrelated adults over many years in “unethical and abhorrent practices” at Aberdeen Crematorium, according to a report.
Police are appealing for information after roadworks equipment worth more than £1,000 was stolen in Aberdeen.
Work has begun on traffic control measures outside Aberdeen Crematorium.