Riggers have climbed to the dizzy height of 152ft to ensure the Cutty Sark, one of the fastest tea clippers of its day, is looking its best for its 150th anniversary next month.
French drinks giant La Martiniquaise-Bardinet has swooped to buy one of Scotland’s most iconic whisky brands.
Mearns Heritage Service founder Dave Ramsay has been awarded the British Empire Medal for services to heritage, special needs education and charity in Kincardineshire.
Whisky-maker Edrington has shrugged off “a difficult backdrop of economic and political volatility” to report a 30% jump in profits.
An ambitious venture, celebrating the life of one of the region's most famous historical figures, has received a financial boost.
A centre dedicated to commemorating one of the most famous ships in history could be created in its designer's Mearns hometown.
An original ship's bolt from the Cutty Sark has been presented to the home village of the famous clipper's designer.
A north-east man who helped cement Scotland's status as global innovators in shipbuilding is to be commemorated with a memorial in his home town.
Aberdeen Maritime Museum has bought the original shipbuilder’s model of the crack tea clipper Thermopylae – the ship that was faster than the Cutty Sark.