One of the most well-known faces in Scottish agriculture has been made an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.
A Muslim councillor who spoke out against extremism and helped members of his faith integrate into the Aberdeen community has thanked his adopted home city after earning royal recognition.
A Highland games stalwart is among those who have been included on this year's Queen's Honours list.
A founding member of Nairn's Citizen's Advice Bureau has said the charity gave him purpose after his wife's death.
A dedicated chairwoman and fundraiser from a north-east Sea Cadets branch has described being awarded the British Empire Medal as "an absolute honour".
Fiona Larg was part of a generation of Highlanders who grew up believing they had to escape the north to make their way in life.
A north-east engineer described himself as "proud" after discovering that he had been named in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
Two of the Aberdeen's leading business figures have been made CBEs.
A hairdresser has received an unusual tip from a satisfied long-term customer - the Royal Victorian Medal.
A well-known Deeside shopkeeper said he was "very pleased" to have been awarded a British Empire Medal for community work in his beloved Ballater.
A first aid volunteer, who provided support to family, friends and colleagues of oil workers who died in a North Sea helicopter crash, has been recognised for her years of service.
A tireless charity campaigner said she was pleased, humbled and "more than slightly weirded out" to be awarded a British Empire Medal.
The popular Lord Lieutenant of Banffshire has been made a Commander of the Victorian Order as part of the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
He fell victim to a life-changing illness, which put him in hospital for more than two years.
A Moray teacher, who has dedicated her career to helping pupils with specialist needs has been made an MBE.
Singer-songwriter Emeli Sande has been included in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for her services to music.
Billy Connolly has been given a knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List in a landmark year that will see him hit the milestone age of 75.
Nineteen people from across the north-east are among more than 1,000 people to be acclaimed in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
North-east singing sensation Emeli Sande is among more than 1,000 people to be acclaimed in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.