More than two years after he was paralysed from the chest down, rock singer Jon Davie is making his voice heard once again.
An Aberdeen neurological care centre has received a donation of PPE from hardware store B&Q.
An Aberdeen care centre that helps those with brain injuries and the terminally ill could be forced to shut its doors as it comes to grips with a multi-million-pound cash crisis.
A north-east woman has urged readers to back the Sue Ryder charity after it “completely transformed” her mother’s life.
The Sue Ryder charity is on the brink of closure and the country “will lose its hospices” without emergency funding, it has said.
A charity appeal to expand neurological care services has raised over £3 million.
A funding appeal to help expand a specialist neurological care centre in the Aberdeen has received a boost from a charity abseil.
Inspectors have given an Aberdeen care home top marks after a visit.
Generous employees at a north-east property firm have been doing their bit to support charities through a range of fundraising events.
A charity is just £1.3 million short of its target to fund a specialist care centre in Aberdeen.
A Scottish Government minister today visited an Aberdeen care centre.
Politicians have tried out a virtual reality therapy which is being trialled to help people with neurological conditions.
CELEBRITIES have backed a city charity’s £3.9 million drive to nearly double the number of people it can care for.
Kate Moss and Eddie Redmayne are among a number of celebrities who have given personal items to be sold at a charity auction.
Whisky, Harry Potter books and North Sea oil samples raise £1,600 at Aberdeen Journals’ charity auction
Whisky, a set of Harry Potter books, framed paintings, and even North Sea oil samples have gone under the hammer, raising more than £1,000 for two good causes.
A centre that supports people with neurological conditions has introduced virtual reality technology – in a bid to help residents relax.
Fitness fanatics have signed up to run on the runway at Aberdeen International Airport.
A fundraising drive to expand Scotland’s only specialist neurological centre has passed the £2 million mark in just nine months.
Runners in Aberdeen are set to get a rare opportunity to take part in an event on an unusual course.
A football fan left with brain injuries after a road accident celebrated his 30th birthday in style, with a visit from Dons captain Graeme Shinnie.
The Queen today visited Aberdeen to open a new hospital roof garden.
A North-east woman has said both she and her mother have "got their lives back" thanks to Scotland's only purpose-built neurological centre.
An Aberdeen care worker has been accused of swearing at vulnerable people and threatening to hit one.
A scheme which helps those suffering from conditions including MS and MND in their own homes is to be rolled out in the North-east.