North and north-east councillors have pledged to examine plans to restrict the time homeless people spend in temporary housing such as B&Bs.
A charity based on Belfast’s longest peace wall welcomed its first royal visitor as the Duchess of Cornwall called in to speak with some of the city’s homeless.
A warm-hearted schoolboy has ensured that dozens of homeless people will receive warm meals after collecting vouchers from a fast food restaurant and dishing them out to those in need.
Councils have been accused of practising a “form of social cleansing” by acquiring the power to issue fines of up to £100 for rough sleeping, begging and loitering.
Ellie Goulding has urged people to interact with the homeless so they do not feel “ignored”, and has also called for the Government to put more effort into helping to ease the crisis.
A schoolboy saved up his pocket money to buy essential items for homeless people in the north-east.
A successful initiative to give a rucksack full of emergency items to vulnerable people is taking off in the Highlands.
A north-east homelessness charity is aiming to raise £50,000 in just one week as part of its 50th anniversary celebrations.
A student spent a week sleeping rough on the streets of Aberdeen to find out how difficult life can be for the homeless.
A student is travelling more than 400 miles to investigate what life is like for Aberdeen’s homeless population.
A new date has been set for members of the public to donate shoes to a special podiatry clinic for homeless and vulnerable people in the north-east.
A housing organisation has voiced “serious concerns” about the treatment of homeless people - and those facing homelessness - at the hands of the city council.
An action plan is being drawn up to reduce the growing number of people in the north-east citing poor mental health as the cause for ending up homeless.
As families gather round the table on Christmas Day, a shocking number of people face spending the festive period not only alone but sleeping rough on the streets.
The city council could start charging homeless people to store items while they search for somewhere else to live, a new report has revealed.
Aberdeenshire Council has spent almost £7million putting homeless people into temporary accommodation in the last six years, new figures show.
Six families have been forced from their homes after a suspicious fire in a block of flats.
Councillors have clashed over a new cap on the number of controversial so-called homes of multiple occupation in Inverness.
Aberdeen's only micro-brewery has raised funds to feed forty people this Christmas after a generous donation.
Homeless children spent almost one million days in temporary accommodation last year, according to a leading housing charity.
While the festive period brings happiness and joy to many, it can be one of the most difficult and challenging times for those unfortunate enough to find themselves sleeping rough.
Residents have raised concerns after a tent popped up in a grassy area of the city centre between two schools.
Two new Aberdeen restaurants are set to help the homeless and jobless.
A group of Lochaber women are collecting warm clothing and blankets for homeless people across Scotland.
A "suspended coffee" scheme has been launched in Aberdeen to give hot drinks to the homeless this winter.
A leading north-east charity has marked World Homeless Day by paying tribute to the public for their support and donations.
The Scottish Government has been urged to be more "forceful" in ensuring local authorities deliver the same standard of support services for vulnerable young people.
A new multi-million pound homeless centre in Aberdeen took a step closer to completion yesterday.
Crippling rents and a lack of affordable housing have combined to cause a surge in the number of Aberdeen families without homes.
Controversial plans to convert a large house in Inverness into bedsits for the homeless were re-lodged yesterday not long after it was revealed they had been withdrawn.