More than 70 survivors of abuse in care who are elderly or terminally ill have been awarded £10,000 compensation payments by the Scottish Government.
Catholic Church urged to do more to protect children as review group calls for better support for victims of abuse
The Catholic Church must do more to protect children from abuse in Scotland, a review group has recommended.
A former teacher at a residential childcare institution has dismissed an allegation that he sexually abused a boy at the home.
A former teacher at a residential childcare institution has claimed boys would sexually assault younger children at the home.
Survivors of historical child abuse will pay no tax on compensation payments.
The most senior Catholic found guilty of child sex abuse is to ask an Australian appeals court to reverse his conviction on charges of molesting two choirboys in a cathedral more than 20 years ago.
A retired priest is to be extradited from Canada to face historical child abuse charges in Scotland.
“I was abused there. It’s sick to use this site for new centre:” Anger at support centre in abuse home
Survivors of sexual abuse have criticised a decision to open a support centre in the same building where they were targeted by a paedophile.
Victim accuses Boys’ Brigade of desperate bid to disown abuser after he claims officer molested him at camp
AN abuse victim is suing the Boys’ Brigade for damages after accusing a leader of molesting him, we can reveal.
AROUND 50,000 vulnerable young children are living in households with a "toxic trio" of domestic abuse, drug or alcohol addiction, and mental health problems, a new report has found.
THE Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry will today publish its findings from evidence it has heard about the Smyllum Park orphanage in Lanark.