An Aberdeen charity has won a national award for a campaign to help youngsters deal with mental health issues.
Denis Law Legacy Trust
A group of young footballers pulled on their boots for the first kickabout on Aberdeen's second Cruyff Court.
Almost 500 youngsters have attended free activities in Aberdeen during the first week of the school holidays.
A north-east charity has been awarded a five-figure sum thanks to Children in Need.
An exhibition exploring the career of Scotland’s greatest footballer will be held in the Granite City next month.
Time is running out for a community to have its say on work to upgrade a playing field.
Several north-east charities are set to receive a financial boost thanks to a major bank.
A business case behind the creation of Aberdeen’s second Cruyff Court will go before councillors for their approval next week.
A support programme for families with a relative in prison could spread across the country after success in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen charity has been given a £15,000 funding boost.
An Aberdeen-based media firm has announced a partnership with the Denis Law Legacy Trust.
A trust that honours Scottish striker Denis Law has been awarded £900 to encourage young people to take part in sport.