Scotland and British and Irish Lions rugby legend Gavin Hastings is calling on golfers to sign up for a unique opportunity to play at Royal Troon and raise funds for Parkinson’s UK.
A cyclist has completed a gruelling coast-to-coast challenge in support of her Moray mother who has been diagnosed with Parkindon’s disease.
A university academic has been awarded a £250,000 fellowship for her pioneering work revolutionising care for people with Parkinson’s.
A number of Moray landmarks have been lit up blue to mark World Parkinson's Day.
One in five people with Parkinson’s disease has faced accusations of being drunk because of their symptoms, a survey has found.
It is one of the fastest-growing neurological conditions in Scotland.
A seven-year-old has been rewarded for her charity fundraising efforts with a visit from her hero, Sir Billy Connolly.
A Highland man has walked the entire boundary of the Cairngorms National Park in his mission to raise £10,000 for charity.
An Oban woman has become the new Director of Parkinson’s UK in Scotland and issued a warning about the dramatic rise in the numbers of people suffering from the condition.
Campaigners fighting for vital health services in Moray will put their concerns directly to NHS Grampian bosses at the Health Board's annual review meeting in Aberdeen today.
Fund-raisers from across the north-east and beyond amassed almost £4,000 by completing a charity trek around a Moray estate.
Argyll and Bute has a dedicated nurse for people with MS and Parkinson's disease for the first time.