The biggest annual gathering of pupils from across Scotland has addressed issues such as mental health, isolation, LGBTQ+ and period poverty.
The Wood Foundation
More than 1,500 youngsters were cheered on by world-class sports stars at a special event in the north-east yesterday.
Tens of thousands of pounds is up for grabs by north-east start-up businesses this weekend.
A north teacher has described the life-changing experience of working with children in disadvantaged countries, and encouraged others to broaden their horizons by teaching abroad.
Businessman and philanthropist Sir Ian Wood has been given Scotland’s highest possible honour.
NHS Grampian’s new multimillion-pound car park has been temporarily closed - just 24 hours after it first opened to vehicles.
Sir Ian Wood has welcomed progress to a new north-east hospital car park, made possible by a £10million donation by his family's charity.
Sir Ian Wood hailed the "remarkable" impact of a scheme he set up to encourage social action by young people as it passed a milestone yesterday.
Health chiefs are "adopting the brace position" as they prepare for patients being unable to park at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Moray Council is poised to enter into partnership with a charity, established by an Aberdeen oil and gas luminary, to boost science lessons in the region.
Health chiefs have backed the business case for a £10million car park which could end the misery of visitors at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Aberdeen businessman, Sir Ian Wood, is hopeful that a new hospital car park at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary can be ready for 2017 following a £10.7million donation to NHS Grampian from his charitable foundation.
Aberdeenshire pupils yesterday grabbed a £3,000 sum to help tackle homophobia in local schools.
What: The Pull Up a Chair fundraising dinner and auction.
Sir Ian Wood has revealed he has £120m to spend on good causes at home and abroad but said that his philanthropic work was more than just writing a cheque.
Aberdeen businessman Sir Ian Wood has donated £400,000 to his former school.
A north-east charity is offering teachers in Moray the chance to help educate African youngsters and learn a thing or two themselves for the first time.
A leading Scottish charity has given an award-winning sport and culture project in Aberdeen a financial boost.