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.