A homeless charity has been awarded two large donations to help fund its services.
To scale Mount Kilimanjaro is a feat for any climber.
A charity sports day was held in Aberdeen's Duthie Park yesterday.
A north-east woman is running the Paris marathon next weekend in memory of her mum, who died from pancreatic cancer.
A golf fan is auctioning a jumper worn by the European team at last year's Ryder cup to raise money for a cancer charity.
Like many people, Daniel Diack got 2015 off to a healthy start by giving up alcohol for the month of January.
An Aberdeen food bank received a huge donation of stock yesterday - just days after revealing it was down to its last cereal box.
Aberdeen's annual student procession will go ahead earlier than usual this year.
Photo to come: Will need to be rewritten if used after this weekend
Around 60 people welcomed the arrival of 2015 by plunging into the North Sea to raise funds for young people with cancer.
Around 60 people braved the cold and came out on New Year's Day to the Stonehaven beach to dip into the North Sea to raise money for CLIC Sargent, a support charity for children with cancer.
A fitness trainer has been made an MBE in recognition for his contribution to sport in the Shetland Islands and to charity abroad.
A retired primary school teacher has been made an MBE after drawing on Moray's ancient Pictish past to attract thousands of visitors to the area.
Broadcaster and entertainer Fiona Kennedy OBE brought some early Christmas cheer to residents in an Aberdeen care home yesterday afternoon.
Funds raised from this winter's ice rink in Aberdeen will go to help young patients in the Royal Aberdeen's Children's Hospital.
Aberdeen Boat Club has celebrated the arrival of a craft which will take two city residents across the Atlantic next year.
Older cats are missing out on their "forever homes" due to high demand for cute kittens, an animal charity has claimed.
Head to the cinema to see theatre, opera and Hollywood stars aplenty, writes Susan Welsh
Perhaps it’s a question you have thought about now and then – should I make a will?
Linda Mitchell from Brechin is not a woman in the habit of making dramatic statements which makes her words all the more moving.
Lisajane Gooden was 37 and in the prime of her life when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Within the Charities section of this website you’ll read stories about some remarkable people, but I think it’s fair to say that Janine Roebuck’s story is unique.
Every year one of the toughest mountain bike rides in the world, The Strathpuffer takes place in the hills around Strathpeffer.
It is always upsetting when a loved one has to go into hospital for an illness or operation.
The RAF has a long and proud history in this part of the world and the role RAF Kinloss and RAF Lossiemouth played during World War II was enormous.
The Sailors' Society has been transforming the lives of seafarers and their families for almost 200 years, providing welfare for the world's 1.5million merchant seafarers.
Thousands of tourists visit Scotland each year to soak up the scenery, culture and warm welcome we Scots are famous for. For most, their to-do list will include a visit to a castle or grand country home.
It’s not something you tend to think about, but take a moment or two and you may be surprised how often you are asked for your home address.
Cooking it’s said, is the new rock and roll.
For years her recipes have inspired thousands of Scots to try something new.