A children's charity is asking people, businesses and groups to grow a beard this winter as an effort to raise money for sick children.
Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital
A mum has claimed doctors in Aberdeen missed signs her daughter was desperately ill - just days before she was flown to intensive care in Edinburgh.
‘It would be a little treat for everyone being really brave’: Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital patients’ visit plea to sports stars
Young patients at Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital have been writing emotional letters to some of the UK's biggest sporting stars asking them to visit them ahead of the BBC Sports Personality of Year awards.
A travelling delegation of medics has praised an opportunity to learn from the "knowledgeable" staff at the major trauma centre (MTC) in Aberdeen.
Teenagers battling cancer will soon benefit from a dedicated support space.
A camera crew took to the halls of an Aberdeen children's hospital to document the lives of patients and staff.
Hospital staff and their child patients are to take to the dancefloor to raise money for charity.
An Aberdeen man who has overseen the growth of a leading charity and brightened the lives of thousands of children has been made an OBE.
A world record breaker and a band of intrepid cyclists have set off on a cross-country mission to help sick kids across the north of Scotland.
Sick kids in Aberdeen have been given a new outdoor play area thanks to a £90,000 charity donation.
Jury to decide fate of Aberdeen babysitter accused of putting a child’s life at risk from shaking baby
A jury will today meet to decide the fate of a babysitter accused of shaking an infant in her care and placing the child’s life “at risk”.
A baby who suffered brain trauma after allegedly being "shaken repeatedly" by her sitter could be affected by mental difficulties for the rest of her life.
Doctors feared that a critically ill baby might have been deliberately harmed the moment she was arrived at hospital in a "floppy and blue" state.
An expert in child brain injuries has told a jury that a baby had "most likely" been violently shaken before being taken to hospital in a "floppy and unresponsive" state.
The mother of an infant left with severe injuries in an alleged attack by her babysitter was chastised by nurses in the days after for sleeping in the same bed as her.
The NorthLink Ferries team, who raised £7,000 for the Archie Foundation at Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital, have been recognised in the Scottish Parliament.
Visitors to a historic north-east estate have been surprised to find it is now home to animals more associated with Africa than Aberdeenshire.
They have given their supporters plenty to cheer about in the last few weeks.
When war broke out in August 1914, few people could have imagined its impact.
A five-year-old girl from Shetland has undergone a lifesaving operation just days before starting school for the first time after local optician spots signs of a brain tumour.
A mother has marked the poignant anniversary of her young daughter’s death by launching a charity in her name to help other families affected by illness.
Staff shortages at NHS Grampian have seen some hospitals’ ability to perform operations slashed by almost one-third in just two years.
An Aberdeen mother has claimed NHS Grampian put her child’s life at risk by failing to diagnose a potentially fatal tumour the size of an egg.
This week, the Press and Journal has highlighted the physical harm allergies can cause people, today Ben Hendry writes about their mental toll on children.
A young north-east woman who has been fighting cancer for the last eight years has organised a revved-up occasion for sick children and their families and the nurses and doctors who have helped in their treatment.
Bakers across the north-east are being encouraged to use their talents to raise money for a children’s charity.
The Archie Foundation has appointed a new chief executive.
Health bosses have issued a fresh appeal to parents to be aware of the potential fatal consequences of their child choking on small bits of fruit.
The family of a girl who died from a rare genetic condition have raised nearly £8,000 in her memory over just two weeks.
This time last year, Beverley Cumming was hard at work as a painter and decorator.
NHS Grampian have apologised after a baby died following serious failings in their care.
Poorly children from across the north-east were given a surprise when a huge pink lorry arrived at their hospital - along with hundreds of toys.