Something struck me as I watched the terrifying climactic scenes in Oscar-nominated film Jojo Rabbit on a big cinema screen in Aberdeen.
A charity is urging people across the north and north-east to make befriending an elderly person a priority in 2020.
Claim closure of Tain TSB branch shows ‘total disregard’ for challenges faced by rural north communities
Residents of a Highland burgh have been dealt a “slap in the face” as TSB confirms the closure of its branch.
A Scottish charity is calling on Highland Council to reverse public toilet cuts to help combat loneliness and isolation.
Older patients stuck in hospital can age the equivalent of 30 years in just three weeks, according to a new report.
Age Scotland have encouraged people to spend time with their older relatives, neighbours and colleagues in a bid to curb loneliness.
A charity for older people has called on ScotRail to reverse an unpopular decision to increase the cost of using the toilet at its stations.
Crafty volunteers are getting together to help lonely older people in Moray this winter.
Hard-up Aberdeen pensioners will not be hit with a feared double-whammy brown bin tax, city bosses have ruled.
A "groundbreaking" project for armed forces veterans in the north-east is in the running to receive a national charity award.
Three of Scotland’s leading charities have combined forces to improve the lives of veterans across Scotland.
A charity that supports pensioners has urged a national banking chain to drop proposals to shut branches in Moray.
Shock figures have revealed a “staggering” spike in the number of people dying in the north-east last winter.
Campaigners have urged the Scottish Government to act on bed blocking after figures revealed it has risen by 10% in a year.
They are among the country’s most picturesque places.
A new report has exposed the rising blight of isolation and loneliness among Scotland’s senior citizens.
Nick Pilbeam admits he wasn’t sure what the reaction would be when he helped establish Scotland’s first Men’s Shed in Westhill in Aberdeenshire.
Police are considering clamping down on motorists who are "unfit" to drive because of old age or a host of medical complaints.