A huge Andy Murray fan has gone viral due to her heartwarming reaction to his nail-biting win at the US Open.
The organiser of one of the north-east’s most popular Highland Games has distributed dozens of hampers to lift the spirits of its elderly members.
Five pupils from across Scotland have won £100 worth of funding and support from a social entrepreneur to bring their ideas to life.
Dear Diary, Lockdown was difficult to start with but I am getting used to it now.
A north-east football club is raising money for its local school and playgroup.
Do statues need their own PPE? Our photographer Darrell Benns has been out and about in the north-east making sure some well-known statues are safe during this pandemic.
An Aberdeen university group's charity challenge which involves members walking, horseback riding, cycling and running nearly 3,000 miles is nearing completion.
A north-east church has donated more that £5,000 to a secondary school to buy Chromebook laptops for pupils.
My name is Alex and I am six years’ old. I go to Kellands School in Inverurie.
Hello Readers, I’m Havrah, a P7 Head of Family pupil at Skene Square Primary School and very soon transitioning to S1 at the grammar school.
Dear diary. Today I feel sad and lonely because I really miss all my family members – especially my cousins Logan and Tommie.
A north-east photographer is taking photographs of families on their doorsteps during lockdown to raise money for a local fun day.
My name is Ailsa. I am 12 years old and I am in Primary 7. I have a younger sister called Heather and an older brother called Finlay.
A north-east schoolboy has collected 250 bags of food to help out those most in need.
An Aberdeen-based bistro has pledged to donate treats to a different local business every week in lockdown.
The quick actions of an Aberdeen woman saved the life of her dog after he gobbled up a whole chicken skewer.
A north-east youngster is raffling a cuddly dinosaur to raise a smile on the faces of children during lockdown and raise cash for two charities.
A young woman who baked a series of cakes, biscuits and scones in May to raise money for Aberdeen’s neonatal unit has launched an e-book featuring her recipes.
When lockdown was first announced I felt worried, scared and sad.
Members and staff of a north-east football club are undertaking a gruelling 24-hour challenge for charity.
The ten charities set to receive a major boost from the Lord Provost’s charitable trust Aberdeen Covid-19 hardship fund have been revealed today.
Two sisters from the city have produced and donated 100 goodie bags to thank ARI nurses after raising £445 through a sports challenge.
More than 1,500 children across the north-east have taken part in a virtual PE lesson hosted by Aberdeen FC's charitable arm.
I was sad about the schools closing but at the time it seemed good to not have to go to school.
An Aberdeen neurological care centre has received a donation of PPE from hardware store B&Q.
Youngsters at an Aberdeen school have performed a lockdown-inspired cover of a popular Proclaimers song in a virtual orchestra.
An Aberdeen hotel is planning to set up transparent igloos to allow diners to eat outside while observing social distancing.
A north-east schoolboy who set out to raise funds for a cancer unit has smashed his target four times over.
A north-east football team is gearing up to raise funds for their local foodbank by taking on a 24-hour challenge.
A local community group has donated over 100 meals to NHS staff and the homeless in Aberdeen.