A new national service to help chronic pain sufferers will be based in Glasgow.
BEREAVED families affected by the baby ashes scandal may finally discover what happened to their children's remains thanks to a new specialist investigation unit.
More than 60 recommendations to help "avoid repetition of past failures" have been made by a long-awaited report into the handling of baby ashes in Scotland.
Thousands of elderly care home residents are in danger of suffering toothache and poor oral health in what is described by experts as a national scandal.
The Infant Cremation Commission set up after the Mortonhall Crematorium baby ashes scandal has submitted its report to the Scottish Government.