The night sky was illuminated by spectacular bursts of colour across the north-east as communities celebrated Fireworks Night.
It is one of the most famous - or infamous - chapters in British history: the assassination attempt on the British monarch and parliament by Guy Fawkes and his colleagues in 1605.
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.
Yes, it's that time of year again. Can’t decide where to celebrate Guy Fawkes Night? Here's our guide to some displays in Inverness and the rest of the Highlands.
Heavy rain and high winds will sweep across the country this weekend, but forecasters say they do not expect the weather to fizzle out firework displays.
An anti capitalism march in London organised for November 5 resulted in at least 50 arrests last night.
The First Minister has blasted English bonfire organisers - for wanting to torch "poor Nessie".
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.
A super-size effigy of Alex Salmond will be burned tonight on an English bonfire.