Tis the season to be jolly... And go to see a panto show or two!
The Christmas season is well and truly upon us with catchy songs playing on repeat, festive decorations everywhere you look and stores packed with people trying to find the perfect gift.
It has been 37 years since the Kessock Bridge opened - a development which changed the face of the Highlands.
FROM THE ARCHIVES: Loopallu kicks off for the final time today… But do you remember the first festival?
The 'best little fest in the west' will be held for the final time today.
The Loch Ness Monster will once again be hitting the headlines as scientists today revealed what they believe could explain the mystery.
It's been almost 30 years since the first gig was held at the AECC.
Researchers at Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire Archives are to catalogue the history of the city’s harbour.
30 years on: Flashback to the day the Ness viaduct collapsed and the far north was cut off from the rest of Scotland
The rain has been lashing down in Inverness this week, but at least we can be thankful it's nowhere near as bad as this was.
Swashbuckling stories of the seven seas and harrowing tales of the plague are among the incredible north-east archive material made available digitally for the first time.
‘The screams when Marti took his hair out of his ponytail’: Your memories of Wet Wet Wet and Runrig at Tarlair
P&J reporter David Proctor dived into our archives to produce a feature about the day Tarlair hosted two of the country's biggest bands.
GALLERY: 21 pictures of families having a great time at the Archaeolink Prehistory Park from through the years
With news that the Archaeolink Prehistory Park near Oyne has attracted an "interested party", we thought we'd have a look through our archives.
A new home has been found for The Press and Journal archives at the city library.
A haunting image of a woman is one of only four surviving pictures that offering an insight into Aberdeen’s former home for the mentally ill.
A treasure trove of archive images showing rural life in past decades has been made available to the public for the first time.
Hundreds of people have been unfortunate enough to spend some or all of the festive season in hospitals this year.
Tomorrow hundreds will descend on Braemar for the annual gathering.
The news that the historic Torcher Parade would be returning to the streets of Aberdeen this year was welcomed with joy.
On Sunday men, women and children will line up once again for the Baker Hughes 10k race in Aberdeen. It will mark 30 years since the event started so to mark the occasion we took a look through our archives.
In June work will begin on transforming four of the A-listed buildings at Woolmanhill into a 52-bedroom "boutique" hotel.
One of the most iconic structures in the Highland village of Carrbridge celebrates its 300th birthday this year.
The Victorian gardens have been at the heart of Aberdeen since they opened in 1878. And have been the scene of many events over the years. We’ve pulled out some pictures from our archives, dating back to the 1960s. How many of these events do you remember?
Aberdeen's intriguing pirate past has been revealed by a study of Scotland's oldest civic records.