The order of nuns who ran a notorious orphanage have scrapped attempts to sell land around it in a multi-million-pound deal.
Smyllum nuns spend more on legal fees at Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry than compensation alleged victims will receive
NUNS who ran Smyllum Park orphanage spent nearly £300,000 on legal fees at the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry – more than the maximum amount of compensation its alleged victims could receive for a lifetime of suffering.
TWELVE arrests have been made in connection with historical claims of abuse at the Smyllum children's home in Lanarkshire. Police detained nuns and former members of staff following allegations of assaults on children at the former orphanage.
A Sunday Post reporter has been nominated for a prestigious award for campaigning and investigative journalism.
Smyllum children’s home revelations central to The Sunday Post’s recognition as Newspaper of the Year
THE Sunday Post's investigation into the Smyllum children's home was central to our recognition as Scotland's Newspaper of the Year.
MORE than 300 complaints have been made to police in Scotland about alleged abuses at children's homes run by a Catholic order, an inquiry has heard.
THE nuns who ran an orphanage where more than 400 children died have not started to investigate how many are buried in a mass grave.
A VICTIM of abuse at Smyllum orphanage has revealed how Jimmy Savile later tried to rape him in the back of his Rolls Royce.
THE brother of a toddler who died at Smyllum Park children’s home in Lanark is to give evidence to the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry this week.
NUNS who worked at Smyllum Park children’s home in Lanark have been called to give evidence to the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry.