Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing urged people to speak up if they suffer from anxiety over Christmas.
A couple who have experienced adoption through three generations have shared their story in a bid to help other vulnerable children find a home.
Holograms and body implants will replace handwritten notes and letters as ways people will communicate in the future, a new survey into digital habits has suggested.
A project that aims to protect and support children and young people at risk of sexual exploitation is being introduced across Fife.
Children as young as two are accessing social media, service practitioners from across the country have suggested – leading to fears that more young people are becoming addicted.
Andy Serkis hosted a special screening of his film Mowgli: Legend Of The Jungle for children and young people supported by Barnardo’s.
Barnardo’s is warning parents of the signs of sexual exploitation as the abuse storyline between Emmerdale’s Maya and Jacob deepens.
Young sexual abuse survivors have advised Emmerdale cast and crew on the female teacher/pupil abuse storyline between characters Maya and Jacob.
A thief behind a smash-and-grab raid at a charity shop has left the store £1,000 out of pocket.
Prue Leith has shared a family photograph of herself and her adopted daughter as part of a campaign to encourage others to consider adoption.
Members of the public are being urged to clean out their wardrobes and donate previously loved or unworn clothes to Barnardo’s shops in Arbroath and Montrose.
A family support service that helps children with potential behavioural issues before they become “overwhelming” is to close after losing its funding.
With a cold snap due to plunge Tayside into an icy spell over the coming days, staff at Barnardo’s shops in Angus and Dundee have urged people to donate their unwanted winter woolies.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has criticised Facebook for “targeting younger children” by releasing a child-focused version of its Messenger app.
Coronation Street star Chris Harper has promised that his evil character Nathan Curtis “will not be sticking around” as the show’s harrowing grooming case continues for Bethany Platt.
A leading children's charity has said "sorry" to television viewers and cinema audiences over its hard-hitting new advert that reduced some to tears.