An Aberdeen cancer support charity has been given a £30,000 boost.
The director of a major cancer support network has died at 80.
A woman has bagged herself a £5,000 diamond after completing a treasure hunt in Aberdeen.
A genuine treasure hunt will take place in Aberdeen this weekend, with a precious gem worth thousands of pounds up for grabs.
Around 200 people ran down Inverness Airport's runway to raise cash for their local Maggie's Centre at the weekend.
A diamond worth thousands of pounds will be up for grabs when an Aberdeen charity holds its first ever diamond hunt.
An innovative evening of events has generated more than £80,000 to help people with cancer, charity bosses yesterday revealed.
Hundreds of fundraisers took to the streets of Aberdeen last night to raise cash for charity while exploring some of the city’s cultural gems.
A north-east charity which helps boost the confidence of women with cancer is celebrating 20 years of success.
Football fans will have the chance to meet some legends of the sport while raising money for a north-east cancer support charity.
Emily Findlay has impressed many people across the north-east of Scotland with her resilience in dealing with serious illness.
Bob Donald may be 78 but he still has a spring in his step and he is planning to use it to endure an arduous 500-mile trek.
A special pot luck supper competition will be held in Aberdeen to raise funds for a north-east cancer care centre.
Five women from law firm Brodies have returned from an Arctic trek to raise funds for cancer charity Maggie’s.
Five intrepid explorers from law firm Brodies will be taking on the Arctic to raise funds for cancer charity Maggie’s.
A pop-up art festival featuring hundreds of originals from both local and nationally acclaimed artists will return to Aberdeen next week to raise cash for a cancer charity.
A unique charity walk through the streets of Aberdeen has raised £100,000 for north-east cancer sufferers.
Two north-east charities are celebrating this week after benefiting from a ball highlighting the work of hundreds of young professionals.
A north-east woman has started a new tradition by giving up her Christmas holidays to raise money for charity.
It was always a sporting event that was full of drama – but one confined to the record books since the teams moved into different leagues.
Police inspector Carron McKellar, centre, and NHS doctor Professor Corri Black, right, have got the country at their feet after raising £11,000 for Aberdeen’s Maggie’s Centre.
An Aberdeenshire teacher, who survived a battle with breast cancer and then was diagnosed with a golf ball-sized brain tumour has helped to raise more than £5,000 for the charity which helped her during her darkest hours.
This time last year, Beverley Cumming was hard at work as a painter and decorator.
It is not every day you get a chance to jog down an airport runway in fancy dress and a glow-torch in your hand without the risk of being arrested.
A north-east charity campaigner has been chosen from 7,000 applicants to take part in a programme promoting true role models for women.
A group of 21 cycling enthusiasts are preparing to tackle the famous Ride The North cycle event for a local cancer charity later this month.
A north-east woman is set to take on two momentous challenges this year in a bid to raise £20,000 for charity.
Charities across the north-east have been given a slice of £25,000 thanks to local shoppers.
Formartine United manager Kris Hunter has organised a charity football match and family fun-day at North Lodge Park in Pitmedden on Sunday, with all proceeds going to Maggie's cancer caring centre in Aberdeen.
A golfing legend is urging people around the country to support a drive to help those battling cancer.
The owner of Aberdeen's only five-star hotel has pledged his support for an event designed to raise money for one of the city's specialist cancer facilities.
A vital cancer support centre that opened its doors following an enormous fundraising campaign by the people of the north-east celebrated its second anniversary yesterday.