Aberdeen council chiefs have revealed plans to recover £434,000 in school meal debts from parents in the city.
Many mothers and fathers fear their child will be stuck doing boring, menial jobs like making the tea if they become an apprentice, according to a poll.
More than half of parents would rather discuss sex education with their children than technology, a new survey suggests.
Options for nursery provision in Aberdeen as part of a national early learning and childcare shake-up can today be revealed.
More than a fifth of parents and grandparents who transport children in their cars admit to not using a child seats at all times, new research has revealed.
An appeal has been launched to help find a storage facility for a north-east charity.
Parents needing some time out during a shopping trip in Aberdeen can make use of a new family room.
Almost half of parents want their children’s school to ban mobile phones due to fears over safety and the distraction caused by gadgets, new research found.
North-east parents are being encouraged to ensure their kids go back to school with a reusable water bottle.
A dangerous social media craze targeting young children has sparked concerns - but north-east officers said parents "should not panic".
An Aberdeen business group is set to host what is being billed as Scotland’s biggest parents’ evening.
Parents of children about to begin school in Aberdeen can enrol them online from early January.
Parents across the north-east have been urged to apply for new child benefits.
Parents at a north-east school are hoping to raise cash to pay for new play equipment.
Rogue parkers have been warned they are endangering children’s lives near north-east primary schools.
Aberdeen parents are to be offered a greater role in their children’s schooling under a new scheme.
Facebook has launched a new version of its Messenger app that is aimed at children.
A North-east politician is urging pregnant women and new parents to follow new guidelines on the use of a vitamin supplement for infants.
Louise Webster explains how other parents can find fulfilment once they don't spend all day looking after their children.
Being a working parent can be tough, and there are plenty of legal rights designed to make it a little easier. But many working parents don't know what their rights are.
Don’t send sick kids to school: North-east doctors issue advice to parents to halt outbreaks of norovirus
Outbreaks of norovirus in North-east schools have doubled, with doctors urging parents not to send their children back too soon.
A new law that bans smoking in cars when children are present comes into force in Scotland today.
Whether through rising rent prices, unemployment, or a gap in further education, living with our parents as an adult is an increasingly common option for many of us in times of need.
The “Bank of Mum and Dad” will help finance 25% of UK mortgage transactions this year, according to research.
PARENTS are planning to present a petition to the Scottish Parliament in a bid to reverse a decision to stop school bus travel in a North-east town.