Residents at an Aberdeen care home were left almost naked after a shower and without their dentures at mealtimes, according to a watchdog report.
A home for the elderly in Aberdeen has been told to make urgent improvements in the care experienced by residents.
Cove Rangers’ Daniel Park is dreaming of making it a hat-trick of Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup winners’ medals.
Banks o’ Dee co-manager Tommy Forbes is looking forward to the challenge of taking on Highland League Inverurie Locos.
Banks o’ Dee’s 100% Superleague record remains intact but only after the Spain Park side were given a fright by a Newburgh Thistle outfit who will feel aggrieved they did not take anything from the game.
Two-goal hero Jamie Watt hailed Banks o’ Dee as “outstanding” after they stunned Huntly 4-0 in the Scottish Cup first round.
Banks o’Dee survived a late onslaught to beat Linlithgow Rose 2-1 and earn their place in the first round proper of the William Hill Scottish Cup where they will face a home tie against Huntly.
A football that was booted off an Aberdeen pitch and ended up 1,100 miles away has been returned.
A red card proved crucial as Banks o' Dee crashed out of the Scottish Junior Cup.
Banks o' Dee co-manager Sandy McNaughton was elated after his team reached the Aberdeenshire Shield final.
Tommy Forbes insists Banks o' Dee have nothing to fear when they take on Turriff United.
Banks o' Dee captain Jamie Lennox hopes his team can make an impact in the Scottish Junior Cup.
Banks o' Dee gained revenge on Formartine United with a 3-2 win in the Aberdeenshire Shield second round at North Lodge Park.
Formartine United romped into the third round of the Scottish Cup with a 7-2 win over Banks o' Dee.
Jamie Lennox praised Banks o' Dee for an "outstanding" performance to shock Buckie Thistle 4-2.
Tommy Forbes admitted Banks o' Dee will be hard-pressed to stop a rampant Buckie side tonight.
Banks o' Dee defender Kieran Heads is happy they are through to face Keith in the Scottish Cup.
Formartine United manager Kris Hunter today praised the "character" shown by his players to get their season off to a winning start.
Banks o' Dee Albion 16s manager Patrick Ritchie believes experience was the key to their Scottish Youth Cup semi-final victory over local rivals Lewis United.
ABERDEEN Junior side Banks o’ Dee were today paired with Highland League Cove Rangers in the first round of the Scottish Cup.