Keith Cowe has a very personal reason for getting involved in the Red Run to raise funds for Friends of Anchor.
An offshore worker who helped raise thousands of pounds during his 18-month battle with cancer has been hailed as a "true hero".
VIDEO & GALLERY: Poignant moment as Brave models pay tribute to fallen ‘brothers’ during emotional evening
The lively atmosphere at a fashion show fundraiser gave way for a poignant moment as a group of men bonded by their experience of fighting cancer paid tribute to the "brothers" who could not be part of the night.
The organisers of Courage on the Catwalk and Brave have admitted they couldn’t bring the annual event to fruition without the help of so many people, staff and volunteers alike, who work behind the scenes.
When the models take to the stage for Brave and Courage on the Catwalk at the Beach Ballroom in Aberdeen this weekend, it will mark the climax of months of preparation for these special events.
Exclusive: Jimmy Milne explains his motivation to help people through Courage on the Catwalk and Brave
Jimmy Milne has never forgotten the agony of losing his first wife, Jill, to cancer when his daughters were aged just eight and three.
It was purely by chance that Davie Stuart discovered he had cancer.
More than 20 years after he was diagnosed with cancer, one of this year’s Brave participants can still remember how staff at Friends of Anchor left him feeling “on top of the world” in what should have been his lowest moments.
It is one of Aberdeen's most iconic buildings.
North-east pensioner counts himself lucky as he gears himself up for Friends of Anchor’s Brave event
The oldest participant in this year's event counts himself among the lucky ones.
For many the battle against cancer is one that they will vividly remember for the rest of their lives.
Anybody who might be feeling sorry for themselves today should take a few minutes to talk to Leroy Smith.
One of the models selected to appear at this year’s Brave shows, designed to raise funds for Friends of Anchor and support cancer care, has died aged 64.
In tragic circumstances, David Clark saw first-hand just how important the work of the inspiring Friends of Anchor team at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary is.
Few people would say they feel "lucky" after being diagnosed with two types of cancer and having a leg amputated.
Making hay while the sun shines: Cattle farmer Andy Duncan using cancer recovery to raise funds for Friends of Anchor
Andy Duncan says having to get up every morning and tend to his cattle has been crucial in keeping him motivated.
When doctors found a 12-inch tumour on one of Nicola Hepburn’s ovaries, she feared she would never be able to have children.
For any father, learning your teenage son has cancer is a huge shock.
Two dozen women who have faced a cancer or haematology diagnosis will strut their stuff this summer to raise vital funds for a life-changing north-east charity.
Friends of Anchor urges applicants not to miss deadline for 2019 Courage on the Catwalk and Brave events
The catwalk is looking pretty full already.
They have become two of the most inspirational events on the north-east charity calendar.
Joe McGunnigle is living proof of the power of positive thinking.
It’s an initiative that has already sparked global interest and now Doric language classes at Aberdeen University are set to double in size in 2019.
They walked on stage proudly, loudly and with a defiant message of solidarity: “We are the Brave band of brothers and we’re in this together.”
One by one, the cancers have attacked Alan Milton like a marauding army.
As a keen canoeist, Jonathan Kitching is accustomed to dealing with life’s ebbs and flows.
Alistair Murray likes to live life to the full and, as somebody who drives the length and breadth of the country behind the wheel of his lorry, he is doubly determined to keep motoring.
He shares his name with the star of the famous James Bond franchise.
Despite a rare diagnosis, and an even rarer treatment programme, John Atkinson is sticking to his mantra of never giving up.
When Jim Lyon went to the dentist with toothache, he could never have expected the news that followed.
Chris Jappy couldn’t have imagined how his life would be utterly transformed at the start of 2012.
Robert Shearer is an aficionado of the film Braveheart.