Industrial action by nurses has paralysed part of the health service in Northern Ireland in a dispute over pay and staffing levels.
Pupils across Moray are being given the opportunity to explore a future career in nursing through a new initiative.
Social media users have rallied round a student nurse after she was scolded for parking outside a row of shops to get to her unpaid job at a hospital.
People across the north-east are making the most of the Scottish summer, cracking out the barbecue when the temperature rises above a balmy 10 degrees.
Banchory mum Esther Hughes went back to university more than 20 years after qualifying as a nurse.
A group of Australian nurses, who have jetted across the world to help ease the vacancy crisis in north-east hospitals, have praised the support they have received in their new surroundings.
A senior north-east nurse has been struck off after her bullying of colleagues at a private Aberdeen hospital led to concerns she may have compromised safety.
From a young age, Harriet Dixon knew she wanted to be a nurse, and the hard-working student has now taken a huge step towards securing it as her dream career.
Just 24 hours after graduating, Danielle Robertson is already putting her new degree to good use.
With two RGU qualifications already under her belt, one Aberdeen student is already hard at work striving towards a third.
Aberdeen’s Beach Ballroom was filled with applause and cheering yesterday as hundreds of new graduates both celebrated their achievements and prepared to enter the world of work.
A new initiative to dispel stereotypes about nursing and prevent a future staffing crisis is being piloted in north-east primary schools.
A campaign designed to strengthen the NHS Scotland workforce will head north this weekend.
A new training scheme will follow in the footsteps of a pioneering Grampian initiative and strengthen ties between the health service and its Australian counterpart.
More than 40 nurses from across the north-east have been recognised for their commitment to community care having amassed 1,270 years of service between them.
NHS Highland spent almost £8.8million on bank and agency nurses in the last year - a 44% increase in five years - highlighting a “deepening crisis” in recruitment, a north MSP has claimed.
A former charity worker convicted of embezzling nearly £9,000 of cash earmarked for grieving children has been struck off the nursing register.
Drew McDonald has potentially saved thousands of lives since starting work at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary more than a decade ago.
Health bosses are to travel thousands of miles across the world in an attempt to recruit nurses to ease the staffing crisis in north-east hospitals.
A north-east MSP has called on the Health Secretary to act after official figures showed the vacancy rate for nursing and midwifery staff across Scotland is at its highest ever reported.
Nursing and midwifery vacancies in NHS Grampian are the highest in the country, according to the latest government workforce figures.
Student nurses from America and Aberdeen have linked up to boost their knowledge.
An airport bus is advertising for nurses hundreds of miles away, despite there being more than 430 vacancies in NHS Grampian hospitals.
A respected senior figure at Robert Gordon's University has been honoured at a special event marking her retirement after three decades at the institution.
Potential nurses of the future can find out more on what the career entails at a special event this week.
A woman inspired to take up nursing after caring for her grandmother was among students given degrees yesterday.
The number of nursing vacancies in the north of Scotland has escalated dramatically during the last five years.
NHS Highland chairman David Alston explains why health services need to change to meet new challenges following concerns about nursing services on Raasay.
Urgent action is needed to improve medical cover for residents and tourists on a Hebridean island, according to a Highland politician.
A north-east nurse could be struck off this month for behaving in a racist manner.
A Moray woman bit a student nurse in the face just seconds after thanking her for her care.
An Aberdeen occupational therapist who moonlighted for another health provider on her sick days from NHS Grampian has been rapped by watchdogs.