People buying booze for children could be jailed for three months, police have warned.
A major inquiry led by former prime minister Gordon Brown has called for international law changes to better protect children trapped in war zones.
The familiar sound of a mother’s voice is more likely to rouse a sleeping child than the high-pitched wailing of a smoke alarm, a new study has shown.
A new report compiled by a third sector organisation has shown that people in Aberdeen donate more money to children’s charities than other causes.
Sandra's currently in rehearsals for the Snow Queen pantomime at the Tivoli Theatre, but is spending her down time crocheting blankets for sick kids.
Bundling a group of adults into the car is easy – sit up, belt up, and shut up. When it’s a newborn baby, though, things get more in-depth.
A north-east mum told today how her family holiday in Turkey turned “terrifying” after her baby son was hospitalised with suspected pneumonia.
Less than a third of voters back plans to ban the smacking of children in Scotland, a poll suggests.
Whether you’re a parent, a sibling or a childminder, we can all relate to the moment of trying to teach something to a stubborn baby who is absolutely having none of it.
A children’s charity has launched a campaign to double the number of youngsters it supports over the next five years.
Three out of four children aged under five have access to a computer or mobile device, according to a study.
Online tools aimed at preventing youth homelessness could be used to help teens and their parents communicate better.
Nursery pupils helped to bring a splash of colour to an Aberdeen hospice as they opened a new playroom.
The Scottish Government has not taken the “decisive steps” needed to tackle child poverty, campaigners have said, with a quarter of youngsters living in families that are struggling to get by.
Strangers are contacting north-east primary pupils online and asking for their home addresses, an internet safety group today warned.
Encouraging children to do squats and lunges could play an important role in helping tackle obesity, scientists believe.
Adopting a child in Scotland takes approximately two to three years, despite the Scottish Government having made an “explicit commitment” to making permanent arrangements for such children as early as possible, an academic has said.
Children from the former Calais jungle camp are set to be granted the right to remain in the UK.
A charity has announced plans to build 15 more operating rooms to provide access to safe surgery for children in low and middle income countries.
With the festive season steadily approaching, a group has already started preparation work to provide Aberdeen's newborns with presents.
Legislation aimed at banning the smacking of children in Scotland has been published at Holyrood.
Almost half of children have worried about returning to class after school holidays because of bullying, according to a poll.
Video games have become a major influence when it comes to introducing children to classical music, research has found.
The initial back-to-school period is always stressful, not least because of the term-time rush on the roads.
NHS Grampian has announced it plans to open a new mental health centre for children and young people in Aberdeen.
Reception, year one, kindergarten – whatever you call those early days of the education system, the memories last a lifetime.
A pair of toddlers have survived two days in the wreck of a car after it crashed and killed their mother.
Nicola Beaton knows just how funny His Majesty’s panto can be... because last year she laughed so much she went into labour.
An appeal for donations has been launched by an Aberdeen community centre group.
The summer holidays can seem like a lifetime as parents struggle to keep younger children entertained.