He was one of the great European players of the 1970s, who lit up the famous Dutch generation of total footballers.
A former bishop of Aberdeen and Orkney has died at the age of 92.
Gladys Anne Logan Robson was the oldest member of the WRAC Association as well as being the oldest surviving ATS member.
Ian Jolly was, for several decades, the best-known press photographer in the north of Scotland.
Warm tributes have been paid to long-standing north politician Lord Robert Maclennan who has been hailed as an example of what every elected member should aspire to be.
As one of professional wrestling's first black superstars, Rocky Johnson broke down barriers across America as he slammed his way to victory in the ring.
He was a man with myriad interests including politics and philosophy, and history and heritage.
Widely considered one of the greatest rock and roll drummers of all time, Neil Peart toured the world as part of Canadian prog-rock trio Rush.
An Aberdeenshire sporting stalwart, whose “infectious enthusiasm” is credited with improving the lives of hundreds of young people, has died.
A Hollywood legend, Buck Henry entertained audiences with his masterful skills both in front and behind the camera.
A Scottish actress who entertained the troops during the Second World War before starring alongside some Hollywood greats has died aged 98.
He was one of the Tartan Army’s greatest supporters, cheering on Scotland at no fewer than five World Cups.
A successful north banker who dedicated his life to his family and local community has died at the age of 85.
When she took the title role in a controversial 1960s film, Sue Lyons became a "Hollywood it girl" while she was just a teenager.
Robert Whyte, who has died at the age of 94, was a successful north-east businessman.
He was born in England, raised in Worcestershire and lived in Hong Kong for a spell, but Gerard Rochford, who has died at the age of 87, was proud to be part of the north-east of Scotland.
Dave Brown, who has died of cancer at the age of 66, was one of the most well-known rugby figures on and off the pitch across Scotland.
She never had any aspirations to be an actress when she was growing up in France in the 1940s.
An American boxer who was one of the oldest to fight in a sanctioned bout has died at the age of 72.
Tom White made his Aberdeen debut in June 1965 following an exchange deal that saw him swap places with Don Kerrigan.
The last member of the Gordon Highlanders who fought in the jungle during the Second World War and worked on the “Death Railway” has died shortly before his 100th birthday.
He enchanted audiences with his “tough guy” acting, starring in films including Moonstruck and Spike Lee’s Do The Right Thing.
Ellon-born and bred, Bill Bruce was directly involved in the construction and sale of 20,000 homes all across Scotland.
Tributes paid to Aberdeen theatre luminary, Edi Swan, who worked with everybody from Charlton Heston to Chic Murray
Renowned theatre director Edi Swan, who inspired generations of art pupils across the north-east, has died at the age of 84.
Obituary: Tributes paid to entertainment exec who made name moving from Wall Street to Sesame Street
Tributes have been paid to an entertainment executive, who made his name by moving from Wall Street to Sesame Street.
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.
John Campbell Brown, who has died suddenly aged 72, was one of the many people whose interest in astronomy was piqued by tuning in to the grainy TV pictures of Patrick Moore on The Sky at Night.
Glenlivet farmer Jim Innes has died at the age of 67 following a short illness.
One of France’s most beloved sporting personalities, known for his enduring spirit and bravery as he narrowly failed to win the country’s national cycling race time and again, has died aged 83.
A journalist described as a “force of nature” by colleagues has died, aged 48.
A much-loved Scottish charity fundraiser has died.
The writer of two of the biggest football songs of all time has died aged 74.