During the Cold War that once appeared to threaten the world with destruction, a windswept radar station played a key role in keeping the UK safe.
It will embrace everything from a spectacular light show in Aberdeen to a collection of letters and messages about the sea.
Forecasters are warning of the possibility of widespread disruption as the first heavy snowfall of the season arrives this weekend.
Jim Leighton has spoken of his delight after his involvement with two other Gothenburg Greats at a charity dinner raised nearly £30,000 for Sue Ryder Dee View Court.
Brian Binnie might speak with an American twang, but this redoubtable fellow is Scotland’s first astronaut and is still proud of his roots and growing up in Aberdeenshire.
The NHS has not had to discipline a single Scottish hospital worker for failing to wash their hands in the last two years.
It's 100 years ago this week since James Scott Anderson was demobbed at the end of the First World War.
Gritters are expected to be out in force this weekend as a chilly snap from the Arctic sweeps the country.
Thousands of people could at risk after new figures revealed that less than half of health workers get the flu jab.
The number of households in northern Scotland is expected to soar by almost 50,000 over the next 25 years.
It's the trip of a lifetime for a committed mother from Wales.
On the fourth day of the P&J’s week-long series on funeral costs and trends in northern Scotland, Calum Ross finds out whether interest in green burial grounds has been growing.
One of the north-east's most renowned business figures has gained international recognition for his philanthropy.
A leading Aberdeenshire sports official has described the possible reinstatement of shooting at the 2022 Commonwealth Games as "great news" for talented competitors in the north east.
The journey began in Aberdeen with a crew of mostly young men hoping they might secure a Christmas bonus for their loved ones.
A new initiative has been launched to protect and preserve Scotland’s historic attractions for generations to come.
Three children of Scotland’s biggest landowner and billionaire ASOS boss killed in Sri Lanka terror attacks
Scotland’s biggest private landowner has said three of his children were killed in the Sri Lanka terror attacks.
Scottish shoppers this Christmas have been stung by an extra £12 million in “unfair” additional delivery fees – tacked on simply because of where they live.
The number of sex offenders living in the north and north-east has soared by more than one-fifth in just three years.
It is one of the fastest-growing neurological conditions in Scotland.
Famine, starvation, civil insurrection: New book highlights impact of potato famine on north and north east
Amidst the worst hunger many would ever know, children and old people died in their hundreds.
Nature experts believe Scotland could be in the midst of a "once-in-a-decade" butterfly phenomenon.
John McLeish still recalls being taken to see the film Waterloo at the old Capitol cinema in Aberdeen in the 1970s.
Courts across the north and north-east are facing “significant” delays and increased costs with thousands of people failing to turn up for their cases every year.
The UK Government has pledged to "repay the debt" by commemorating the 75th anniversary of VJ Day next year.
It was one of the pivotal campaigns in military history: an offensive which didn't end the Second World War, but sparked the beginning of the demise of the Nazis' domination in Europe.
Aberdeen has been revealed as the fly-tipping capital of northern Scotland – with residents reporting dumped waste in their gardens, streets and parks more than 20 times a day.
The Scottish Government has awarded more than £100,000 to Scottish food and drink projects to support the growing industry.
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A prominent charity campaigner from Moray has been sent thousands of well wishes after announcing her engagement.
One of the world’s most acclaimed mountain rescue leaders has attacked the impact of the creation of a single police force in Scotland and the privatisation of helicopters on crucial search and rescue operations.
An award-winning national dance organisation, for children and young people in Scotland, is looking for talented participants, aged 16 to 25, to join the Project Y Performance Course.