Aberdeen City Council has paid out more than £350,000 compensation over the baby ashes scandal.
Designs have been finalised for a memorial dedicated to victims and families affected by the Aberdeen baby ashes scandal.
Compensation paid out by Aberdeen City Council to families affected by the baby ashes scandal has totalled £101,000.
Compensation paid out by Aberdeen City Council to families affected by the baby ashes scandal at Hazlehead Crematorium has reached £101,000.
The inquiry was ordered in 2013 after it was revealed bodies of babies had been cremated with those of unrelated adults at Hazlehead Crematorium.
Aberdeen City Council was forced to publish the report after a ruling from the Scottish Information Commissioner - but you're not allowed to read all of it.
A North-east MP hit out at the “culture of secrecy” surrounding the baby ashes scandal after a newly-published report claimed a senior judge was “misled” by Aberdeen council staff during the inquiry.
A secret report into Aberdeen City Council’s handling of the baby ashes scandal has finally been made public.
A call has been made for an internal report into "abhorrent practices" at Hazlehead Crematorium to be published by the end of the week.
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".
A council is to meet all of the families affected by the baby ashes scandal to discuss plans to create a memorial in Aberdeen for the victims.
Around 70 people attended a service held for people affected by the baby ashes scandal in Aberdeen.
A special service is to be held for people affected by the baby ashes scandal.
STEPS to prevent another baby ashes scandal include new laws, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.