The family of the first woman in the UK to have mesh listed as one of the causes of her death has demanded an inquiry into why a post mortem was not ordered.
Teachers who developed bladder cancer while working at a school built on a toxic landfill site yesterday questioned the safety review that gave the campus the all-clear.
Thousands of Scots could lose up to £11,000 a year if they miss the deadline to claim Pension Credit, campaigners warned yesterday.
Experts have questioned the closure of a project that has helped thousands of teenagers over the past 20 years.
A scheme that has turned around the lives of teenagers struggling with drugs has been shut down, weeks after Scotland was named the drug death capital of Europe.
An independent inquiry into health fears at two schools built on a toxic landfill site will publish their findings on Friday – just five days before term starts.
Their marriage is a modern love story for Scotland and yesterday Jamie Wallace and Ian McDowall became one of the first gay couples to tie the knot in church.
Less than half a per cent of NHS funding is being spent on chronic pain waiting times, despite some patients facing a two year wait for follow-up appointments.
For twenty years, Colin Higgins struggled with the horrific legacy inflicted upon him by Charles O’Neill and William Lauchlan, paedophiles described by judges as “evil and despicable”.
Campaigners are calling on Scottish Health Secretary Jeane Freeman to halt mesh implant removals until surgeons can train with a world-renowned expert.