Next month sees the release of the much-anticipated Netflix original film, Outlaw King.
For 40 years, up until the early 1990s, Avro Shackletons were a distinctive sight and sound in the skies above the Moray Firth. The four-engined planes, a development of the famous wartime Lancaster bomber, remained in service much longer than was planned. Now a new book, Shackleton Boys, by Steve Bond, tells the stories of the men who flew “The Shack”, and kept her in the air.
As homes are pulled down for road changes, Natasha McKim talks to some of those affected by the redevelopment.
I am going to say a word. A very naughty word. It has four letters, begins with an S and is likely to cause a large number of people some degree of distress... so be sure to cover your ears if you don’t want to hear it. Are you ready? Okay, here goes:
“What will they think of next?” we wonder in amazement, as the world’s first pancake printer automatically dispenses batter in the shape of the Eiffel Tower directly on to a griddle.
When wildflowers are presented in fictional stories, more often than not it is in a romantic vein.
From deadly snakes and crocodiles, to wild cats, primates and even a zebra, nearly 500 dangerous exotic animals are being kept privately right here in Scotland.
Cosmo Ludovic Fawkes Hunte, 13th Earl of Kinmuck
Digital parenting: What can we do to make sure children are safe in a world that they often know more about than we do?
Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp are all apps you’re likely familiar with. Share photos with friends, update your status for followers or send private text and voice messages at the touch of a button.
Our reporter joins the Aberdeen RNLI crew on a training exercise and asks – what does it really take to save lives at sea?
Someone is trapped at the foot of the rocky cliffs around by Nigg Bay.
Wartime diary kept by teenage relative resulted in former north art teacher becoming a family history detective
Some 16-year-olds today would feel lost with without access to their mobile phone or social media, while they take for granted being able to listen to the latest music or watching TV to see what their favourite celebrities are up to.
Mr A is 6ft 1 and he has worked in professional services for more than 20 years.
Can’t sleep? Take a pill to knock you out.
It was the excitement of travelling on the overnight sleeper train from Inverness to London that sparked Mike Edwards’ sense of wanderlust as a child, while the sound of those old diesel engines became a rhythm that would beat throughout his life...
Aberdeen’s influence on the events leading up to and the creation of the National Health Service in 1948 was extraordinary.
Running her own art gallery has been a dream come true for Aberdeen businesswoman Maura Tighe.
What are your plans this summer? A week in Majorca or perhaps a luxury cruise around the Caribbean?
It was an event which brought together men and women from every background and race: the funeral of Martin Luther King on April 9, 1968.
Watch Sir Ian Wood discuss the work of his charity, the Wood Foundation, in Rwanda. Thousands of tea farmers in Rwanda have had their lives transformed by Sir Ian Wood’s charity
The sun beats down on the field as thousands of farmers, some who have walked overnight to be there, take their seats.
In the stifling early morning heat, hundreds of tea farmers work to pick leaves in Rwanda’s northern province.
Marine biologist Lauren Smith and her dog, Tattie, are a common sight at Aberdeen beach – where she can often be found surfing as others wrap up against the cold.
The Scottish Highlands is renowned for its natural beauty, indeed the image of a stag stood amid the heather is almost iconic.
His guidebooks sold by the millions and are still considered “bibles” today.
As we reflect upon 2017 there is no escaping the fact that for many, this has been a year of inexplicable sadness.
As Teresa Connor says quietly, it is a terrible memory which never goes away.
It’s 7pm on a Friday and the room is already crowded, as smartly dressed people greet each other before taking a seat at tables dotted around the room.
It’s nearly 50 years since Denis Law was in his pomp, yet the memories of this remarkable fellow remain indelible.
Fiona Drouet appreciates nothing will ever bring her daughter back.
Leaves crunch underfoot on the narrow and winding driveway to Elsick House, and the hedges which normally provide thick green foliage have given way to orange and gold hues in time for winter.
Every day, there are new revelations emerging about Britain’s institutions, whether at Westminster or Holyrood, the Royal Family or the Fourth Estate.
Aberdeen Railway Station marked its 150th anniversary at the weekend – by naming a high-speed train after it.