Actor Michael Sheen is fronting a campaign to help homeless young people in the north-east gain employment.
A senior Scottish minister paid a flying visit to an Aberdeen charity yesterday - as the government steps-up the fight against homelessness.
The playground at a north-east school has undergone a £1,230 revamp to ensure that youngsters can make use of what was previously an unloved and overgrown space.
The bosses of a former charity worker, who was sacked from her role helping people back into work, claim she previously admitted her wrongdoing.
A recently retired charity boss has set off on a 180-mile trek as a parting gift to the organisation.
A north-east charity boss has claimed there was clear evidence a former employee had divulged vulnerable people's personal information.
A former charity worker has claimed colleagues fabricated lies which ultimately led to her dismissal.
A former north-east charity worker, who was sacked from her role helping people back into work, claims she was unfairly victimised because of her mental health.
The work of a programme benefitting young people in Aberdeen has been showcased in a national film.
People recovering from drug addiction have come together to create their own Winter Wonderland scene - and celebrate the progress they have made over the past 12 months.
Hundreds of people are preparing to spend a night in the park to get an insight into the plight of homeless people.
Criminal justice and social projects in Aberdeen and Shetland are in line for a share of £5.9million of lottery funding.