Peter Gabriel has paid tribute to photographer Terry O’Neill as a “rebellious, independent and irreverent” man.
The Duke of Sussex praised climate activist Greta Thunberg and the power of understanding your own mental health in what is thought to be his last official public appearance before taking a break with his young family.
Photographer Terry O’Neill has died at the age of 81.
Stars including Halsey and Gigi Hadid have come to Taylor Swift’s defence after she re-opened her row with prominent talent manager Scooter Braun.
The Queen has offered her support to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex following their decision to spend Christmas away from Sandringham.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have posted a new photograph of their son Archie with Harry and the Prince of Wales to mark Charles’s 71st birthday.
The Prince of Wales has received a birthday present in miniature from a group of Indian schoolchildren – bonsai fairy gardens.
A group of children are fundraising for little pals who were seriously injured in a crash on an Aberdeenshire road.
Campaigners seeking to restore a derelict Aberdeen landmark to its former glory have been granted control of the site from the council.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their baby son Archie will be spending Christmas in the US and not with the Queen at Sandringham, the PA news agency understands.
A piece of plaid worn by one of the men who fought in the Battle of Culloden has been donated to the National Museum of Scotland.
Doctors have issued a warning over vaping after a British teenager almost died from serious respiratory failure linked to e-cigarettes.
The highly-anticipated third series of big budget period drama arrives on Netflix on Friday, covering the events of 1964-1977.
North-east family reunited with wartime diaries left behind by First World War hero – who they knew as ‘Uncle Bob’
A north-east family has been reunited with treasured diaries penned by a relative as he risked life and limb during the First World War.
A ceilidh to mark the 50th anniversary of a Moray secondary school has been cancelled due to low ticket sales.
A soldier killed in the Battle of Loos in the First World War will be honoured by his family this Armistice Day after a chance conversation led to their discovery of his bravery and ultimate sacrifice.
Researchers are investigating whether people are still using words like coochy-pawed and ferntickles.
FLASHBACK: Second-half blitz fires Caley Thistle to win at Arbroath on their last league visit to Gayfield Park in 2003
Caley Thistle return to Arbroath's Gayfield Park on league duty for the first time in 16 years this weekend.
A local historian is appealing for the public's help as he tries to piece together information on the family businesses which once thrived in a north-east town.
Iran has alleged that the UN inspector it blocked from a nuclear site last week tested positive for suspected traces of explosive nitrates.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex hugged the families of veterans and joked with older soldiers as they commemorated the nation’s war dead during a poignant Westminster Abbey ceremony.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared details about life with baby son Archie – telling a group of military families he is beginning to crawl and has his first two teeth.
The Duke of Sussex was pictured taking a commercial flight to the Rugby World Cup final in Japan.
Nick Knowles has said it is a “real honour” for DIY SOS to be given a Bafta Special Award in its 20th year.
Home renovation show DIY SOS is to be honoured with a Bafta Special Award in its 20th year.
Aberdeen’s Bon Accord Shopping Centre is getting ready for the fast-approaching festive season with the return of its popular Santa’s Grotto and Christmas light display.
Julia Ormond has said she was drawn to her new series about a woman who falls for a much younger man because it challenges preconceived notions of women and relationships.
The Duke of Sussex joined Japan’s Crown Prince Akishino in the stands for the Rugby World Cup final in Yokohama after predicting it would be a “fantastic game”.
An Aberdeen painter has paid tribute to the Dons in a piece that will be auctioned off for charity.
It is one of the most famous - or infamous - chapters in British history: the assassination attempt on the British monarch and parliament by Guy Fawkes and his colleagues in 1605.
Owen Farrell expects his England team-mates to seize their opportunity to realise their boyhood dreams by emptying the tanks in Saturday’s World Cup final.
The Queen has wished England’s Rugby World Cup team her “very best” for a “memorable and successful match” in the final against South Africa on Saturday.