Moray's MSP has been given a morale boost as he prepares to participate in a "gruelling" fitness challenge.
Macmillan Cancer Support
A well-known pedigree sheep breeder from the north-east has raised more than £1,000 for charity.
A new service providing information and support for people affected by cancer will be officially opened in Oban Library.
A determined cancer support worker is continuing an impressive running record when she takes part in the London Marathon next week.
A Moray politician will be swapping people power for pedal power to raise funds for a cancer charity.
A nationwide cancer charity has revealed how it has helped tens of thousands of cancer patients claim £285million in benefits.
Staff at the University of the Highlands and Islands have handed over £5712.31 to Macmillan Cancer Support following a fundraising drive. Employees took part in a range of activities to raise money for the charity throughout 2015, including raffles, bake sales and a bowling night.
A sprightly Aberdeen pensioner who turned to circuit training after battling cancer is encouraging others to be more active in the face of diagnosis.
A beauty queen is swapping her glittering gowns and dazzling tiara for running gear and trainers as she gets ready for a 100-mile charity challenge.
More than 1,300 coffee mornings are taking place across the north of Scotland tomorrow, Friday, September 25, as this part of the country gears up to take part in Friday’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning – Macmillan’s flagship fundraising event.
North-east fishermen hauled in a catch with a difference when they helped launch a national cancer charity fundraiser.
A leading charity is urging businesses across the Highlands to get running to raise money for people affected by cancer.
Two men from Aberdeen are attempting to cycle across the breadth of the United States to raise funds Macmillan Cancer Support.
The work of a world-renowned illustrator will be featured at a charity exhibition in the north-east on Friday.
The Highland welcome mat is being rolled out for more than 3,300 cyclists who are gearing up to descend on Inverness this weekend for Etape Loch Ness 2015 – one of the biggest cycling events in the Highlands and one that will see riders from all over Scotland take part, as well as several from south of the border.
There’s been a huge demand for spaces on the closed-road cycling event Etape Loch Ness, with places selling out within 72 hours of launching. However, a limited number of slots are now available to cyclists who pledge to raise funds for the event’s official charity partner, Macmillan Cancer Support. The event takes place around the banks of Loch Ness on Sunday, April 26, and a number of riders can now secure one of the coveted slots by agreeing to raise a minimum of £100 for Macmillan.
A north-east couple who toasted their 50th wedding anniversary with a party have raised nearly £6,000 for charity.
Apparently, in total, we spend almost a year of our lives hung-over. But what actually causes those banging headaches, lurching stomachs and fuzzy tongues?
Aberdeen-born rappers Shy and DRS will perform at the city’s Northern Bar tomorrow night as part of a charity fundraiser.