A change in thinking is needed for Scotland to better address mental health, according to a report produced by young people from across the country.
Scottish Association for Mental Health
A group of volunteers who restored a run-down garden and created a sensory area in the Blue Toon have been praised for their “extraordinary” contributions.
A north-east anti-suicide campaigner has highlighted relationship break-ups as being the main cause of men considering taking their own lives.
Members of the band Frightened Rabbit have visited a marina where the body of singer Scott Hutchison was recovered.
For most people, one triathlon would be enough - or even too much.
A £1.4million mental healthcare project to be introduced to medical practices in Aberdeen has been hailed as the largest of its kind in Scotland.
A 93-year-old Elgin woman was among scores of people who walked a mile through the town to help defeat stigmas surrounding mental illness.
People’s lives are so busy and between work, families, friends and partners, trying to find time to take care of yourself can seem impossible. But the first step to improving our wellbeing takes just three little words – “Got a moment?”
The fate of Aberdeenshire mental health day centres and up to 26 staff remains unclear - just two months before planned a shake-up of the service.
Supporters of Peterhead Football Club have raised more than £4,000 for a mental health charity in honour of a player who courageously revealed his battle with depression.