An Aberdeen man kept his vow of silence for five days – and raised hundreds of pounds for charity.
Kayleighs Wee Stars
The 23-year-old completed the equivalent of 19 marathons as a result and raised a total of £3,671 for the charity.
A north-east charity has received a funding boost from a homebuilder.
The 23-year-old will be running the equivalent of almost 19 marathons for the charity Kayleigh’s Wee Stars, which provides support to families who have a child dealing with a terminal illness.
An Aberdeen's charity is to receive support from a supermarket chain.
A north-east woman has taken on a 1,000-mile cycling challenge – and raised thousands of pounds for charity along the way.
A north-east woman is gearing up to take on a 1,000-mile bike challenge for two charities.
A man from the north-east has taken up the challenge of cycling 10,000 miles, in memory of his father-in-law.
North-east football fans visit 42 stadiums in just 42 hours – and raise more than £4,000 for charity
A group of football fans from Aberdeen have completed a challenge to visit 42 stadiums in 42 hours – and raised more than £4,000 for charity along the way.
A group of north-east football fans are striking out on a challenge to visit 42 football stadiums in 42 hours.
A cycling fan was today making a spirited effort to raise cash for charity by pedalling around 41 distilleries in under 12 hours.
A group of North-east football fans are taking on the challenge of visiting 42 stadiums in 42 hours to raise money for charity.
A North-east charity has announced that entries to their annual race are open.
A charity set up in memory of a North-east toddler has passed the £500,000 milestone.
Families are being asked to sign up for a cycling charity event that will mark five years since the death of a North-east toddler.
A charity set up in memory of a North-east toddler is set to hold its second 10km race later this month - with more than 300 participants registered.
An company’s staff hope to raise thousands of pounds for a charity which was established in memory of an Aberdeenshire toddler who died of a brain tumour aged just two.
Local heroes have been selected to attend the opening of the Scottish Parliament's new session.
THIS month marks three years since Anna and Jonathan Cordiner lost their two-year-old daughter Kayleigh to a rare brain tumour.