North-east men were among the POWs captured trying to oust the Nazis from the Balkans, and had harrowing tales to tell.
Behind the semi-derelict exterior of the Ellon period property lies a treasure trove of original features waiting to be restored - including a Victorian wooden toilet.
In February 2014 an inferno gutted the popular Chinese beachfront restaurant - but part of Aberdeen's theatre history was also lost forever.
A granite memorial cross was raised in St Neots to remember the Aberdeen teenager who lost his life saving a young local girl.
Be Prepared is the famous Scout motto, so be prepared for a nostalgic trip down memory lane with our archive photos of joyous times in the Aberdeen and District Scout movement in the 1980s and 1990s.
Scotland’s oldest known tartan: Can you help identify the men who found it in Glen Affric 40 years ago?
In 1980, four foresters working in Glen Affric came across a length of cloth, preserved in a peat bog. Many years later its incredible significance would be revealed.
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