A health board has apologised to a patient who was left incontinent following an operation without being told that was a risk.
A prison officer accidentally left a cell door open at a north-east super jail – only for a criminal’s belongings to go missing.
Aberdeen City Council failed to provide appropriate support to a woman caring for two children, a watchdog said.
A complaint by a prisoner over the work system at a north-east superjail has been thrown out by a watchdog.
The patient, who has not been named, died of a bowel condition suddenly at home around 48 hours after behind discharged from Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Watchdog: Patient who suffered cardiac arrest during operation at Aberdeen hospital was treated correctly
A man who suffered a cardiac arrest during an operation at an Aberdeen hospital was treated correctly, a watchdog has ruled.
The patient, who later died and who has not been named, was in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and Woodend Hospital between December 2016 and March 2017 while she had surgery to treat heart disease.
A man in the north-east suffered distress as he was not diagnosed with a mental health condition earlier, a watchdog has ruled.
A council was right to ask if it could send staff to monitor children at a north-east school, a watchdog has said.
Health bosses have apologised to a family for not giving them enough information about their loved one’s brain condition.
An SPSO report, which does not identify the couple, said: “We considered the medical care and treatment to be unreasonable.”
A health board has apologised to a pregnant woman for failing to give her steroids.
A man accused north-east health service staff of leaving him “almost blind” due to a delayed appointment.
A man went into a north-east hospital for a hernia operation – and a “distressing” complication meant he had to have a testicle removed a week later.
Aberdeen University should improve the way it monitors students after a complaint, a watchdog has said.
A man complained to Aberdeen council about noise coming from its car park – and was told it was not its responsibility to investigate.
A council has apologised for delays in addressing concerns about dampness and mould in one of its properties.
A man who fell at a railway crossing and suffered an injury has been told a north-east council did not play a part in dealing with safety issues.
The Scottish Public Services Ombudsman has ruled NHS Grampian, which runs the hospital, did nothing wrong.
A woman's hopes that her child would get a benefit were unfairly raised by Aberdeen council staff, a watchdog has said.
Scores of north-east pensioners have been left out of pocket after a council blunder saw them pay for care they should have received for free.
A man has won a partial victory after he criticised the way a council handled a complaint about his neighbour.
A watchdog recommended health chiefs apologise to a woman for not reacting appropriately after she raised concerns about her husband’s treatment.
Two complaints lodged against Aberdeen City Council have not been upheld by a public ombudsman.
Health chiefs have been told to make a series of changes after failing to spot a woman’s cancer had spread.
A health board has been forced to apologise after botching an operation on a new mum.