Their relationship advanced with postcards from the edge and their love was ravaged by conflict.
A north-east brewery has travelled to Belgium as part of an EU-funded project to bring expertise back to Moray.
Eurostar is operating a train with no single-use plastics to mark the 25th anniversary of its inaugural service.
Belgium forward Romelu Lukaku has no doubt his former West Bromwich Albion manager Steve Clarke will revive Scotland’s fortunes.
When the history of this qualifying campaign comes to be written, it will say that Scotland were dead and buried inside its first 10 minutes.
Scotland’s hopes of automatic progress to Euro 2020 all but vanished amid a Belgian whirlwind at Hampden.
Scotland were outclassed by an excellent Belgium side who ran out 4-0 winners in their Euro 2020 qualifier at Hampden.
Scotland were outclassed by an excellent Belgium side who ran out 4-0 winners in their Euro 2020 qualifier at Hampden Park.
We threw away a two-goal lead at home against 10 men… and it’s still our best result against Belgium in the last 30 years
Billy Dodds raced away after smashing a penalty into the roof of the Belgian net and Scotland's 2002 World Cup qualification campaign was firmly on track.
Loganair has announced it is introducing three new flights from Aberdeen to England, Belgium and Norway.
The world’s top-ranked team coming to Hampden Park tonight leaves Scotland zero margin for error – and minimal room for the gradual retreat that saw them surrender their advantage against Russia.
Former Scotland striker Billy Dodds fears the damage has already been done in Scotland’s bid to qualify for next year’s European Championship finals.
Sting has cancelled two European concerts due to illness.
A music festival in Belgium featuring major stars like rapper Cardi B came to a chaotic end before it had even started.
Scott McKenna reckons his former Aberdeen colleague Kenny McLean is tailor-made for the English Premier League.
A dominant Belgium saw off Scotland 3-0 in Brussels with Romelu Lukaku on the scoresheet twice.
Jamie Durent’s Scotland blog: Tartan Army touch down in Brussels, a city clinging to past and present
Peering our heads out of a below-ground restaurant on Monday night, you could already hear the echoes of beery voices in the distance. The unmistakable call of the football fan on tour.
Scotland captain Andy Robertson reckons his side must be prepared to suffer if they are to take anything from tonight’s European Championship qualifier against Belgium.
Few people have had more strings to their bow than Jean-Pierre Van Rossem – a prominent politician, stock market guru, convicted fraudster and one-time F1 franchise owner.
On November 11 1918, the 5th Battalion of the Gordon Highlanders liberated the town of Chièvres in Belgium and were given a resounding welcome from citizens.
Dozens of Gordon Highlanders will march through a Belgian town next week to remember those killed in the First World War.
Aberdeen City Council clamp down on staff travel despite plans to visit Belgium, Netherlands, Qatar, Japan and Mexico
Cash-counting council chiefs in Aberdeen are looking to clamp down on staff travel costs in an effort to deal with increasing financial pressures.
Food banks have become an increasingly common part of life in modern Britain.
Playing a more attractive brand of football will help bring fans back to Scotland games, according to Stuart Armstrong.
Ryan Jack insists the Scotland players will not dwell on their mistakes when their Uefa Nations League campaign starts against Albania on Monday.
Scotland debutant John Souttar admitted he faced the biggest test of his career last night in the 4-0 defeat to Belgium at Hampden Park.
Scotland suffered their heaviest home defeat in 45 years with a masterclass from Belgium inflicting a 4-0 defeat on Alex McLeish's side.
Billy Dodds hopes Scotland can better his bittersweet memories of facing Belgium when the two sides meet tonight.
New Scotland captain Andy Robertson will be far removed from his only previous captaincy experience when he leads his country out for the first time in tonight’s friendly against Belgium.
John Souttar is ready to seize his Scotland chance after making the long road back from his injury nightmare.
The opulent, exuberant nudes of Peter Paul Rubens have been evoking both shock and delight for four centuries and now, in 2018, his Baroque paintings are causing controversy on the internet.
VLM Airlines took off from Aberdeen for the first time yesterday on a new route linking the Granite City and Belgium.