Crematoriums in Scotland must keep people’s remains for at least four weeks after their cremation under new rules created in the wake of the baby ashes scandal.
Baby ashes scandal
Work has started on the memorial garden for families affected by the Aberdeen baby ashes scandal.
An Aberdeen mum whose baby son's ashes were never returned by Hazlehead Crematorium staff today said she was "disgusted" by the latest report and urged the council to "come clean".
The council boss at the centre of the baby ashes scandal has resigned.
A memorial to the victims of the baby ashes scandal could be located in a park.
More than 200 claims for compensation have been made in the wake of the North-east baby ashes scandal.
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.
The Scottish Government has said it does not believe that a public inquiry into the baby ashes scandal is needed - despite calls for one from parents.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon pledged to fully implement all of the recommendations in the damning baby ashes report at Holyrood yesterday.
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.
The Crown Office is examining the Scottish Government's report into the baby ashes scandal.
Babies were cremated along with unrelated adults over many years in “unethical and abhorrent practices” at Aberdeen Crematorium, according to a report.