Over the past couple of months, Childline has been providing a crucial safety net for children throughout the country as they have been cut off and isolated from the outside world.
An Aberdeen Childline volunteer has cycled almost 900 miles to raise money for the charity.
An Aberdeen woman has written her first book to help encourage children to recycle their waste.
Children must not hug their friends or have play dates inside their homes, an education minister has urged.
An Aberdeen counsellor is taking on a 26 mile hike in her garden to help raise money for a charity.
The Prime Minister has been urged by the NSPCC to get on with regulation of social networks, as the number of online grooming crimes topped 10,000.
Childline is holding one counselling session on average every five minutes for young people worried about their mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus lockdown.
Six residents in an Aberdeen community were the lucky recipients of a £1,000 cash prize in this weeks postcode lottery.
A children’s charity fears new parents are “suffering in silence” during lockdown, as it reports an increase in calls to its helpline about parental mental health.
Reports from adults concerned about child abuse have increased by almost a fifth during the coronavirus lockdown, the NSPCC has said.
Children who are lonely and rely on social media are more than twice as likely to be groomed online, according to new research from the NSPCC.
Hundreds of children in Scotland have sought counselling over coronavirus fears, according to the NSPCC.
Children stuck at home using the internet during lockdown is brewing a “perfect storm” for offenders to abuse online, the NSPCC has warned.
Mark Zuckerberg has been told not to “blindfold” himself from the threat encryption plans pose to young people, in a joint letter sent by some of the world’s biggest child protection organisations.
The Home Secretary has said she fully supports growing pressure on Facebook for it to rethink encryption proposals.
Ninety cyber crimes a day have been recorded against children since the introduction of Government plans to tackle online harms, the NSPCC estimates.
The NSPCC has warned Facebook that it risks becoming a “one-stop grooming shop” if it presses ahead with plans to encrypt across all its messaging services.
Facebook has been accused of using “selective big numbers” to promote its latest transparency report.
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.
Nine out of 10 children think tech firms should be responsible for protecting them from violent, sexual and inappropriate online content, according to an NSPCC survey.
Facebook will not have a long-term future if it does not tackle the harmful material which can be found online, the father of a 14-year-old who took her own life has warned.
Children are being increasingly targeted online by sex offenders, figures obtained by the NSPCC suggest.
Facebook is placing privacy and secrecy ahead of accountability, according to a children’s charity boss.
The father of Molly Russell, the teenager who took her own life after viewing disturbing material online, has urged social networks to take action immediately and not drag their feet until a regulator is introduced.
The safety of children on the internet has been called into question in recent weeks following a number of incidents that have raised concerns about the amount of harmful content online.
The number of children targeted for grooming and abuse on Instagram has more than tripled with some as young as five falling victim, figures show.
Social media companies that breach “duty of care” laws designed to keep children safe online could face criminal investigation and unlimited fines, under proposals due to be outlined by the NSPCC.
Staff at a north-east children’s charity have raised funds for a safety service.