A visitor to a memorial dedicated to the women who kept Britain's food supply flowing throughout the Second World War has complained that it is surrounded by "unkempt weeds".
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A recently-discovered "manhood stone" in Deeside has been called an "absolute beast" after weighing in at 456lbs.
The Braemar Royal Highland Society marched through the village this weekend to ceremonially mark a move into new headquarters.
Prince Charles was introduced to a giant bumblebee as he visited a farming festival in Ayrshire.
His beloved grandmother painstakingly restored it in the 1950s.
The Duke of Rothesay tried his hand as a silversmith yesterday as he visited a north-east town.
The final 20 bottles of the Duke of Rothesay’s own whisky will be auctioned off to raise money for a Deeside community.
The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay officially cut the ribbon on a renovated Victorian hotel, not far from the Queen's summer retreat.
It was a week like no other in recent memory for the people of Ballater.
The Duke of Rothesay dedicated a dram of his 70th birthday whisky to his future grandchild yesterday.
The rest of the Royals might have attended the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in Windsor yesterday.
The Duke of Rothesay visited Fort George yesterday to present medals to members of 3 Scots who have recently returned from a six-month tour of Iraq.
The Queen expressed her “delight” as she unveiled the new Duke of Rothesay Highland Games Pavilion during her annual family outing to the Braemar Gathering.
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A charity album backed by Prince Charles has raised thousands of pounds for the Ballater victims of Storm Frank.
The Duke of Rothesay has partnered with a Deeside whisky maker to help school the next generation of distillers.
The Duke of Rothesay is striving to nurture the next generation of Highland Games superstars with a new initiative launched this week.
A new depiction of the Duke of Rothesay was unveiled in Scotland’s national portrait gallery yesterday.
Prince Charles has praised the extraordinary work of a 99-year-old war hero who is celebrating seven decades at the helm of a historic north-east event.
A historic wool mill from the north-east has launched a chronicle of historic tweeds dating back nearly two centuries.
Work on a new £2.5million heritage centre in Royal Deeside which will celebrate the traditions and giants of the area’s most historic event is gathering pace as the Highland Games season looms this year.
Prince Charles is marking his 70th year by forming a new charity aimed at preserving some of the country’s most beautiful buildings “for many years to come”.
One of the north-east’s most famous firms has showcased a range of its handcrafted cashmere at London Fashion Week for the first time in its 220-year history.
The Duke of Rothesay will help breathe new life into the Deeside train station he used as a boy almost three years after it was destroyed by a huge fire.
A man hailed as “the best Gordon Highlander of his generation” has died – less than a month after the death of his wife of 63 years.
The Duke of Rothesay is spearheading a project to breathe new life into one of Deeside’s oldest church yards.
The Duke of Rothesay paid a surprise visit to Thainstone Centre, Inverurie, yesterday to show his support for the agricultural industry, which is experiencing a difficult harvest situation and seasonal livestock sales impacted by the recent bad weather.
Work has begun on a new £2.5million heritage centre in Royal Deeside this week, but more than half the funds are still needed before completion.
Prince Charles is poised lead a new initiative to encourage school pupils in the north to compete in their local Highland games.
The Prince of Wales visited a fishing boat, seafood restaurant, art show and brewery yesterday on his tour of Caithness.
Princes Charles praised the dedication of a staff at a new Banffshire bunkhouse who worked tirelessly to rescue the historic site from flooding last week.
The Duke of Rothesay met young people who have turned their lives around with the help of his charity, The Prince's Trust, on a visit to Peterhead yesterday.