Peterhead FC and a team of volunteers are spreading Christmas cheer to the elderly and isolated this festive season.
A local volunteer group is seeking new members to join their team and help tackle loneliness within Moray’s elderly community.
Poorly pensioners are paying “hugely unfair” prices to watch TV in their hospital beds - because NHS Grampian is locked into a contract signed more than a decade ago.
An innovative charity that assists the elderly and disabled to use the internet and technology, has proved to be hugely beneficial to residents throughout Aberdeenshire and the Highlands.
A charity which supports elderly people in a north-east town is appealing for new volunteers, including someone to take over as its leader.
A silent disco planned for Moray pensioners hit a snag yesterday when their delivery of earphones failed to arrive on time.
A silent disco for older people will return to Elgin.
Aberdeen's growing number of elderly and vulnerable people has been identified as one of the key challenges facing Scottish fire chiefs over the next three years.
A charity working to alleviate loneliness among the older generation is aiming to launch a group in Alford.
A new initiative has been launched to reduce loneliness among the elderly in Buckie.
Three people have been arrested in connection with an investigation into a care home which was forced to shut its doors by the courts.
A doctor faces being struck off after a tribunal found she had committed a string of infractions by “pulling on the heartstrings” of an elderly patient to receive gifts and cash worth nearly £200,000.
An elderly victim of a potential cash scam found two men working in her Lochaber garden before trying to take money from her.
A charity which has been helping ease social isolation for Inverness’ elderly for nearly 20 years has launched an appeal for the next flurry of kind-hearted volunteers to join its ranks.
New care home residents will be hit with a massive weekly bill after councillors backed cash-strapped social care bosses’ plans to recoup costs.
The Christmas adverts have already appeared on our TV screens, portraying scenes of lively family gatherings and large groups of friends having fun.
George Whyte can still remember the moment he set eyes on his wife Nelly, whom he met at a Highland Fling 65 years ago.
A quarter of care homes were rated unsatisfactory, weak or adequate by the Care Inspectorate this year, according to Scottish Conservative figures.
Researchers who believe they have found a way to keep older people stronger for longer are looking for over 70s in the north-east to join a trial.
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A housing service for older and disabled people in the north-east will be provided entirely by Aberdeenshire Council from next Wednesday.
Moray councillors have backed radical plans to tackle the bed-blocking crisis plaguing hospitals across the country.
Some of the most vulnerable residents in Moray will lose out on vital care in their own homes after a leading dementia charity decided to axe a loss-making service.
The company running a north-east care home that is on the brink of closure has come under fire from a senior member of staff over its handling of the business.
Local authority chiefs have revealed £8million plans for a "care village" to tackle the north-east's dementia timebomb.