It is one of Scotland's most famous names, with connections to inventors, industrialists and sports stars.
The family of a teenage Gordon Highlander killed in Cyprus have received his Elizabeth Cross more than 60 years after his death.
Long after victory in Europe had been celebrated, thousands of servicemen languished in captivity in the Far East.
Doric film competition returns with ‘Jist faar I bide’ theme celebrating particular Aberdeenshire spots
It was an inaugural event which proved the popularity of Doric across the north-east.
One of the north-east's most renowned business figures has gained international recognition for his philanthropy.
A north-east computer expert has created a new online game, inspired by Dan Brown's best-selling book The Da Vinci Code.
A memorial service will be held today in Caithness for 13 north-east men who lost their lives in a maritime disaster 60 years ago.
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.
Gordon Highlanders Museum has been transformed as chief executive leaves five-star venue in good health
Neil Drysdale finds a small army of volunteers at the ready to ensure the Gordon Highlanders story gains widespread public exposure.
When the Second World War began, Aberdeen registrars faced ‘a situation without parallel’ in wedding surge
In the days after the confirmation that Britain was entering the battle against Hitler's forces, following the Nazi invasion of Poland on September 1, the news had a profound effect on many men in Aberdeen and the north east who were already in a romantic relationship.
North-east fundraisers have braved the winter sea, tested their general knowledge and laced up their trainers in support of Childline Aberdeen’s 15th anniversary appeal.
The descendants of 13 north-east men who were killed in a maritime attack in the Second World War will this week mark the 80th anniversary of the tragedy.
Two teenagers, who were involved in a dramatic rescue at sea last month have been shortlisted for a new award.
Aberdeen University will celebrate its 525th birthday in 2020 and has set out a radical strategy which will help shape its development for the next two decades.
A north-east student has created the "best film archive of any town in Scotland" after unearthing and chronicling a remarkable variety of historic footage of Fraserburgh.
The UK Government has pledged to "repay the debt" by commemorating the 75th anniversary of VJ Day next year.
A group of 100 young artists will tell Scotland's First World War story in an exhibition that opens next week.
It will be 50 years next month since a terrible lifeboat disaster cast a veil of sorrow over a north east town.
The organisers admitted they were taking a step in the dark when they staged the inaugural Doric Film competition this year.
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.
A million-pound centre for treating critically-ill casualties before they reach hospital has been opened in Aberdeen.
Adrian Duncan is an enthusiastic amateur historian and the author of a new book “Shetland and the Greenland Whaling”, which will be published in August.
The impact of the Fraserburgh lifeboat tragedy in January, 1970, had an impact across the rest of Scotland.
Ellon singer-songwriter, Iain Sutherland – most famous for ‘Sailing’ and ‘Arms of Mary’ – dies aged 71
Iain Sutherland, one half of the successful north-east folk and rock group, the Sutherland Brothers, has died aged 71.
The campaign to expand an Aberdeen-based neurological centre needs "one big final push" to achieve its £3.9 million target.
It’s a language which is gaining an increasing amount of attention across the north east.
Life was grim for the legions of young soldiers who sustained injuries during the Great War.
North-east woman who claimed to filmmakers she knew Hillary Clinton to make money will find out fate next year
A north-east woman accused of claiming she knew Hillary Clinton in a plot to fleece filmmakers out of £120,000 has had her case continued until the new year.