The first payments have been made under a new scheme set up to help survivors of childhood abuse in care who are elderly or terminally ill.
With three decades of experience, pharmacist Margaret McGee is perfectly placed to offer advice to callers on NHS 24’s out-of-hours service – and is gearing up for one of the busiest times of the year.
It’s hard but when we get it right, it makes a difference and lives change: Pioneering social work chief on giving every child every chance
STEPHEN BROWN knows how children can be lost before they get a chance.
AROUND 20 children growing up in care are reported missing every day in Scotland, according to new figures.
“We must do better… We will do better”: Minister vows action to protect Scotland’s vulnerable youngsters
THE Scottish Government has admitted some of the country’s most vulnerable children have been let down by the system and vowed to do better.
Little Girl Lost: Official documents lay bare the shocking story of a child born in 21st Century Scotland
THE harrowing, horrific life of a little girl born in 21st Century Scotland can be detailed today.
URGENT action to save Scotland’s lost children was demanded yesterday after a teenager laid bare her harrowing life story and shattered childhood.
Trapped in the Four Corners: Children are prey for dealers and groomers at Glasgow city centre junction
A CLUSTER of streets around a junction at the very heart of Scotland’s biggest city is a centre for drugs and the sexual exploitation of children, according to a teenager who shares her harrowing story in this weekend's Sunday Post.
Little Girl Lost: Today we detail the harrowing, horrifying life of a child born in 21st Century Scotland
Peter Capaldi hosts national writing competition awards celebrating creative talents of children and young people in care
FORMER Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi helped celebrate the creative talents of children and young people in care at last night's Voices 2018 ceremony.
Raw Deal: Eight years later, pensioner finally wins justice for late brother over £14,000 care bill he was wrongly made to pay
GUTSY pensioner Sadie Goode is celebrating after an extraordinary eight-year battle with health bosses to get justice for her late brother.