As the country celebrates The Queen's Platinum Jubilee, residents from across Moray and the Highlands have shared their memories of the Monarch and paid tribute to her 70 years of service to the nation.
Parklands Care Homes has introduced a new flexible wage scheme for employees to help them through the cost of living crisis.
Parklands Care Homes is to build new affordable rental homes for its staff and other key workers as part of a multi-million pound investment in Inverness.
Residents at a Keith care home have joined millions of Hindus to celebrate the arrival of spring with an explosion of colour.
Two years after care homes in Scotland first went into lockdown, Speyside care home manager Louise Gillies reflects on the challenges still facing the care sector.
Residents at a Moray care home have enjoyed a virtual tour of the world thanks to the wonders of modern technology.
Care home residents in Keith have been getting ‘inked’ up with striking new tattoos. And for one married couple, it was an opportunity to mark their love for each other.
Construction of a new multi-million care hub for the Highland capital has begun, as Parklands kick starts its biggest ever investment - a 58 bed care home and assisted living village.
This article features interviews with three Parklands employees - a carer, an activities coordinator and an area manager. Despite their very different roles, each shares the same passionate commitment to high quality care.
A carer at Urray House in Muir of Ord has been shortlisted for a prestigious award at this year's Highland Business Awards.
Parklands Care Homes is backing a UK Government plan to support young people into employment, creating 18 new care assistant posts across the group.
Parklands has worked with Triodos Bank UK to secure £20 million of sustainable finance for its nine existing homes, as well as a new multi-million-pound care project in Inverness.
The former head gardener at Gordon Castle has made an emotional return to the gardens that were his home turf for almost 60 years.
Residents at two Buckie care homes have taken to their feet to raise money for a charity that promotes physical activity in the care sector.
A new £5.5 million care home on the Black Isle will welcome its first residents next week, with operator Parklands Care Homes confident it will “raise the bar” with its mix of elegance and state of the art facilities.
A year to the day since care homes first went into Covid lockdown, Parklands MD Ron Taylor reflects on a relentless, exhausting year and looks forward to brighter days ahead.
Plans for a new later living village - part of a multi-million pound care hub for the Highland capital - have been approved, with work due to start this autumn.
A new shop has opened on the High Street in Buckie, but this one has an exclusive clientele and was opened by a former shopkeeper well known to Parklands!
Parklands Care Homes has been named Best Smaller Care Home Group in the national Care Home Awards. The group also won the Best for Communication award in the sector's most prestigious awards ceremony.
A charity run preschool on the Black Isle has received a funding boost for its campaign to build a more accessible play garden for local children.
On Care Home Day, Managing Director Ron Taylor pays tribute to the Parklands team for giving "their absolute all" during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Parklands MD Ron Taylor pays tribute to care home and pharmacy key workers for the sacrifices they are making to support our vulnerable residents and the wider community.
A Buckie resident has celebrated her 100th birthday as over 100 friends and family - and Her Majesty The Queen - pay tribute to her.
What's it like working on the front line of the care sector in the midst of a global pandemic? We asked one of our care home managers to give her perspective.
In line with expert health advice, Parklands has suspended all non-essential visits to its care homes with immediate effect.