DIY-lovers are being urged to take care this bank holiday weekend as new figures show a rise in accidents caused by power tools.
The NHS has recorded its worst year on record for A&E waiting times, figures show.
Fourteen NHS hospital trusts are set to trial new targets which could lead to changes in the way A&E performance is measured.
NHS Grampian has released its latest patient statistics.
Key targets for patients to be seen in A&E within four hours, or receive an operation within 18 weeks, could be scrapped under new NHS plans.
A health board has released information on activity at the emergency department at a major Aberdeen hospital over the past week.
Doctors’ fears over the effectiveness of the four-hour A&E target need to be taken “very seriously”, the Health Secretary has said.
A smartphone device which can be used to detect serious heart conditions should be rolled out to A&E departments across the country, researchers say.
The four-hour A&E target in hospitals is reportedly set to be scrapped within a year.
More than 500 patients spent more than eight hours in A&E in the first full week of February – with 139 patients there for 12 hours or more.
Hospital accident and emergency departments kept more than 100 patients waiting for more than 12 hours in one week, new figures have revealed.
Performance at accident and emergency departments in Scotland has hit its lowest monthly level since the Beast from the East, according to new figures.
Scrapping the four-hour A&E target would have a “near-catastrophic impact” on patient safety, doctors have warned as nursing leaders said it was not right to “tinker” with it.
More than 1,000 people attended Aberdeen’s accident and emergency department in the past week, according to new figures.
More than 1,100 people have passed through the emergency department of an Aberdeen hospital in the past week.
An Aberdeen hospital has seen more than 1,100 people visit its emergency department in the last week.
New NHS figures show 89% of people admitted into accident and emergency across the region were attended to within four hours.
An Aberdeen hospital has seen more than 1,140 people visit its emergency department in the last week.
A health board has released weekly figures which show a decrease in the number of people attending A&E.
NHS Grampian has been praised after latest emergency department figures were released.
A key A&E target has been missed by NHS Grampian for the first time since April.
The emergency department at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary has been named "team of the year" at a national event.