A unique tapestry created by north-east women’s institute members in the 1940s has been discovered nearly a decade after it went missing.
A fundraising volunteer has been honoured for her efforts to raise much-needed cash for a cancer charity.
People across Scotland are falling through the gaps due to a lack of support for homelessness services, according to a new report.
North-east broadcasting volunteers are planning to take over the airwaves for a 26-hour radio marathon in aid of charity work across the region.
A new campaign has been launched to drive down the number of deaths from mouth cancer in Scotland.
Local children’s charity Charlie House has added a new member to its team…in the form of furry friend, Charlie Dog.
A new report has laid bare the plight of people who fall victim to strokes, chest and heart conditions.
A string of famous faces have backed an Aberdeen charity’s £3.9 million drive to nearly double the number of people it can care for.
A family podiatry business has teamed up with an Aberdeen charity to help homeless and vulnerable people in the city.
North-east equestrians are being encouraged to give a stallion a new stable as part of the nationwide Rehome a Horse Month.
Firemen will be kitted out in their uniforms as they take on a 75-mile fundraising walk across the north-east.
The first notable charity trail was the Wild Dolphins initiative in 2014.
It is one of the most traumatic events in anybody’s life: the death of a loved one or cherished companion.
A 97-year-old Aberdeen woman who left almost her entire £1.3 million of life savings to charity has been hailed for her generosity.
An Aberdeen charity has been given a major boost after being given free accommodation.
Facing “horrendous midgies” and overcoming leg cramps, staff from Stornoway Airport completed a 90-mile “lighthouse2lighthouse” challenge in less than 10 hours.
The organiser of Aberdeen’s eighth annual Art Fair has hailed the event as a “great success”.
A ladies’ lunch has raised more than £60,000 for a north-east children’s charity.
Sick children in the north-east will be given a boost from the eighth annual Aberdeen Art Fair.
Dozens of good causes have benefitted from an Aberdeen firm’s new charitable initiative.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost came face to face with his greatest fear yesterday – an eight-legged little lady named Tara.
People across the north-east are being urged to don their aprons and take part in a charity’s birthday bake-off.
A group of Aberdeen volunteers have been credited with “transforming” the lives of four families in Kenya.
A Turiff woman has launched a campaign to share her experiences of working as a Marie Curie nurse in the hope that more people will fund other people to work in her role.
A family fun day set up to remember a Moray youngster who died after a battle with cancer will be held for the ninth time this month.
Aberdeen boxer Lee McAllister has lodged a bid for a disused north-east school as part of his grand plans to build a £10 million health and sports complex.
Car connoisseurs are being asked to help an Aberdeen charity unravel the history of its newly-purchased mystery machine.
Wounded and sick forces veterans completed a 500-mile charity bike ride across the Highlands at the weekend.
An Aberdeen dad has signed up for a transatlantic trip in aid of the city’s sick kids.
A unique charity walk through the streets of Aberdeen has raised £100,000 for north-east cancer sufferers.
A shortlist has been unveiled for an inaugural awards ceremony which will celebrate kind-hearted and inspiring people from across the north-east.
An annual media event has celebrated its 30th anniversary by raising £100,000 for charities across the country.