A new law making it harder for children to buy knives online will save lives, an MP has said.
Council chiefs in Aberdeen are to review their policy on fighting knife crime in schools amid concerns it might be too prescriptive.
A stronger policy to crack down on weapons in Aberdeen’s schools has been unanimously approved by councillors.
Parents could be told to sign letters pledging to educate their kids on the dangers of taking knives to school in Aberdeen.
A memorial has been erected for a teenager who was tragically killed at school.
Measures to prevent knife incidents like the one that killed Aberdeen schoolboy Bailey Gwynne have been welcomed by North-east politicians.
Councillors have approved a new anti-bullying policy in the wake of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne's death.
The author of a report into the death of Bailey Gwynne has told of his disappointment at the Scottish Government for not legislating to let teachers search pupils.
Bailey Gwynne Report: ‘Crucial we learn from what happened so we can protect both staff and school pupils’
Extra teacher training is needed in the wake of the death of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne, according to a North-east MSP.
A recommendation to change the law to allow pupils to be searched in school will not be taken forward.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney will give MSPs his response to a report into the death of an Aberdeen schoolboy.
Officials say they are going "beyond the recommendations" of a review into the fatal stabbing of Aberdeen schoolboy Bailey Gwynne.
Almost all secondary school pupils in Aberdeen have been taught about the dangers of weapons in the wake of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne's death.
An anti-knife crime strategy was approved in the hope of stopping another tragedy like the death of Bailey Gwynne happening again.
Primary seven pupils in Aberdeen will start to receive lessons on knife crime by the new year, under a new council strategy.
Workers could be deployed in "hot spots" of antisocial behaviour in Aberdeen as part of the council's new proposed knife crime strategy.
The family of Bailey Gwynne have spoken of their grief on first anniversary of his tragic death.
Pupils and teachers at an Aberdeen school were today remembering Bailey Gwynne on the first anniversary of his tragic death.
Footage of a fatal stabbing may be shown to schoolchildren across Aberdeen as part of awareness training on the dangers of carrying knives.
The killer of Bailey Gwynne refused to speak to the man carrying out a review into the school tragedy, the Evening Express can today reveal.
A leading anti-violence campaigner today warned focusing on weapon searches in schools could do "more harm than good".
Police have investigated 15 reports of youngsters carrying knives into Aberdeen schools over nine months following the death of Bailey Gwynne.
Here are the recommendations of Andrew Lowe's report into Bailey Gwynne's death at Cults Academy.
One year on from the tragic death of 16-year-old Bailey Gwynne a report into the findings of a review carried out by Aberdeen City Council, Police Scotland and NHS Grampian have been published. Related: Cults Academy head teacher reflects on death ‘woven into academy’s history’ Related: Bailey Gwynne’s death ‘potentially predictable and unavoidable’ says report
Schoolboy Bailey Gwynne’s death was “potentially predictable and avoidable”, according to an independent review published today.
Pupils at Cults Academy have been praised for their "resilience and dignity" in the 12 months which have passed since Bailey Gwynne was killed at the school.
The findings of an independent review into the circumstances surrounding the death of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne are due to be published.
Organisations have outlined a six-point plan for the inquiry into the death of Aberdeen schoolboy Bailey Gwynne.
The judge sentencing Bailey Gwynne's killer issued a warning to "anyone ever tempted" to carry a knife.
Here are the full sentencing remarks made by Lady Stacey at the High Court in Edinburgh today