The Glenfinnan Monument was the stunning backdrop to a superb fireworks display put on for visitors and residents by the area’s hard-working community council.
A hugely popular north east fireworks display has been cancelled for the first time in 40 years amid safety fears - and its long-term future remains uncertain.
The skies across the north-east were illuminated at the weekend with a series of successful bonfires and fireworks displays, which entertained large crowds across the region.
Thousands of families wrapped up warmly and enjoyed spectacular evenings of fireworks last night across the north-east.
Firework displays are always fun and have people from all generations in awe when they light up the sky.
An accidental bonfire explosion at a town fair north of Paris injured 18 people, including three children, as the festive spring event turned into chaos, authorities have said.
More than 20,000 people braved a bitterly cold wind to watch the annual fireworks display on the banks of the River Ness.
Organisers of a north-east fireworks display that was due to take place tonight have said the event is cancelled.
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Thousands of north-east residents showed up to watch as a gargantuan bonfire lit up the night sky earlier this week.
Fears that a colossal north-east bonfire, which has in the past cracked nearby windows, could get out of control proved unfounded as our video shows.
Pictures have emerged on-line that suggest a controversial Alex Samond effigy has in fact been blown-up - despite organisers insisting the plan was never to torch it.
A controversial north-east bonfire went ahead last night despite fears over its safety.
Lewis Bonfire organisers' decision to burn an Alex Salmond effigy has caused outrage across the country - with hundreds of people taking to Twitter to vent their fury.
An English Guy Fawkes event has caused uproar in Scotland - but it is not the first time that the Lewes bonfire celebrations have hit the headlines.
An English council that posted a picture on social media of 'Alex Salmond' preparing to be thrown on a bonfire has denied playing any part in creating it.
An Inverness beauty spot, which was forced to cancel its Halloween celebrations because of flooding last week, will reopen to the public tomorrow.
The skies above Stonehaven were illuminated by a thousand lights last night as this year's bonfire celebrations kicked off in style.
Serious public safety concerns about an annual bonfire event in the north-east's biggest town have been raised by Aberdeenshire Council and the fire service.