Children in care are still facing a “significant degree of inconsistency” with health assessments despite Government guidance, Barnardo’s Scotland has said.
Children should get support under forthcoming domestic abuse laws designed to protect victims, campaigners have said.
Mark Zuckerberg has been told not to “blindfold” himself from the threat encryption plans pose to young people, in a joint letter sent by some of the world’s biggest child protection organisations.
An Aberdeen travel company helped to make 500 children’s Christmas dreams come true.
Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing urged people to speak up if they suffer from anxiety over Christmas.
Holograms and body implants will replace handwritten notes and letters as ways people will communicate in the future, a new survey into digital habits has suggested.
An initiative to brighten up part of an Aberdeen community with welly boots has been suspended – after they went missing.
Aberdeen City Council has linked up with a children’s charity in a “ground-breaking” partnership.
A service helping young people in need in Aberdeen has been praised by inspectors.
Children as young as two are accessing social media, service practitioners from across the country have suggested – leading to fears that more young people are becoming addicted.
A charity has praised north-east volunteers who work in its shops.
Andy Serkis hosted a special screening of his film Mowgli: Legend Of The Jungle for children and young people supported by Barnardo’s.
Two foster parents from Aberdeen are urging others to follow suit as part of a national campaign.
Barnardo’s is warning parents of the signs of sexual exploitation as the abuse storyline between Emmerdale’s Maya and Jacob deepens.
Young sexual abuse survivors have advised Emmerdale cast and crew on the female teacher/pupil abuse storyline between characters Maya and Jacob.
Prue Leith has shared a family photograph of herself and her adopted daughter as part of a campaign to encourage others to consider adoption.
A children's charity is calling for more backing for teachers to support pupils who have experienced trauma.
A charity is asking teachers, parents and carers in the north-east to put their thinking caps on to help vulnerable youngsters.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has criticised Facebook for “targeting younger children” by releasing a child-focused version of its Messenger app.
Coronation Street star Chris Harper has promised that his evil character Nathan Curtis “will not be sticking around” as the show’s harrowing grooming case continues for Bethany Platt.