Society needs to “wake up” to child sexual exploitation, Dame Esther Rantzen has said, after figures showed the Childline service carried out 12 counselling sessions on the subject every day last year.
A popular Aberdeen park is to host an open day this weekend to raise funds for charity.
Counsellors at a leading children’s charity are calling on north-east youngsters who are worried about exam results to get in touch.
A child protection charity has issued an urgent appeal for volunteers.
Children's charity the NSPCC is urging youngsters not to suffer in silence over the holidays.
More than 500 counselling sessions have been carried out in Aberdeen to support young people during exam seasons.
The Aberdeen branch of Childline began in 2004, with Norman starting as a volunteer office administrator at the age of 85
A children's charity has issued exam revision advice for north-east school pupils.
Dame Esther Rantzen has said her broadcasting career would not reach the same heights if she joined the industry now as a young woman because she would not be “pretty enough”.
A Childline volunteer in the north-east has called for more people to join the charity.
A Childline volunteer in Aberdeen is to give up her Christmas Day to help children and young people who need support.
Children as young as nine have been in contact with a counselling service for young people after experiencing suicidal thoughts.
A charity base in Aberdeen has been contacted by 240 young people about eating disorders in the past year.
A children's charity has said its Aberdeen counsellors have handled more than 200 calls from youngsters who feel isolated.
A children's charity has issued an urgent appeal for new volunteers so it can help more young people.
A charity has seen hundreds of youngsters seeking help from it as they struggle with exam stress.
More than 40 young people have been rewarded for their contribution to volunteering.
Television presenter Esther Rantzen has urged people in the North-east to volunteer for the children's charity she set up.
A charity ball will be held this spring in memory of a "devoted" mum and head teacher.
Financial troubles due to the oil industry downturn are among the reasons an increasing number of North-east children are seeking help for anxiety.
North-east children who have been terrified by the killer clown craze are turning to Childline for support, the charity revealed today.
A children's charity worker has spoken of a surge in calls coming from kids who are targeted online.
Hundreds of youngsters will pay tribute to their head teacher this week while raising money for charity.