A charity established by the son of a north-east oil tycoon has helped to prevent more than an estimated 100,000 years of disability in some of the world’s poorest countries.
The son of north-east oil tycoon Sir Ian Wood has expanded his children’s surgery charity in four West African countries.
A charity founded by the son of north-east oil tycoon Sir Ian Wood has announced a million-pound investment in children’s surgical care as the organisation launches plans to expand to a further six countries.
The son of a north-east oil tycoon has committed the next two decades of his life to saving and improving the lives of children around the world after selling off his Scottish bar and restaurant empire.
An Aberdeen entrepreneur will embark on a 300-mile rickshaw adventure next month in a bid to save an endangered animal.
A restaurant chain which donates all its profits to charity has opened its fourth Scottish eatery.
A group of Aberdeen charities have gained a funding windfall after a philanthropist donated £210,000 in profits from his restaurant chain.
The son of north-east billionaire Sir Ian Wood was banned from the road yesterday after being caught speeding in his Rolls Royce.
An Aberdeen businessman is offering four women a five-star weekend being chauffeured around London in a Rolls Royce at a north east charity's annual ball.
The runway at Prestwick Airport was converted into a racetrack yesterday as cars for a world-famous rally event arrived in Scotland for the first time.
Santa will have an excited group of visitors this winter, thanks to the fundraising efforts of an Aberdeen couple.