Police are probing the unauthorised excavation of a Iron Age broch in the Western Isles – considered one of the best preserved examples of its type.
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Rare Pictish stones will soon have a place to call home when the Tullich Kirk project is completed.
History chiefs have said the potential heritage status of “brutalist” blocks of flats in Aberdeen would not prevent residents from making changes to their homes.
For centuries, Scotland’s lighthouses have pierced the darkness and guided mariners safely home to their families through some of the country’s most dangerous waters.
New report says ‘brutalist’ Aberdeen high-rises are as significant as Marischal College and St Machar Cathedral
History chiefs say "brutalist" blocks of flats in Aberdeen could be given the same heritage status as famous buildings like Marischal College and St Machar’s Cathedral.
Airborne laser scanning has revealed around 1,000 previously unknown archaeological sites on a Scottish island.
Homeowners could be left with mounting bills and in a “very difficult” position if eight Aberdeen tower blocks are listed by Historic Environmental Scotland, it has been claimed.
Funding has been made available to preserve Victorian woolmill machinery on Speyside for future generations.
A rare Pictish stone dating back 1,200 years has been uncovered by archaeologists during a dig on an early Christian church site in Easter Ross.
An event to mark the 250th anniversary of Fort George will take place this weekend at the historic site.
New exhibition showcasing the works of the artists who shaped the romantic image of Scotland arrives at Duff House
Works by some of the most renowned Scottish artists of the 18th and 19th centuries are going on display in the north east.
A new initiative has been launched to protect and preserve Scotland’s historic attractions for generations to come.
A badly-damaged stained glass window will be restored after spending more than 100 years in a church hall.
Aerial photography held in the Historic Environment Scotland (HES) archives will showcase the country's ever-changing landscapes.
Archaeologists have begun excavating a north-east farm to uncover what is believed to be one of the first legal distilleries in Scotland.
History experts and members of the public have joined up to bring the history of an 18th-century seminary in Moray to life.
Tourist attractions across the north and north-east of Scotland celebrated a bumper year in 2018 with record numbers of visitors.
An eyesore building in a Moray town centre has been approved for demolition for the second time after the initial proposals were blocked by the Scottish Government.
Clifftop coastal defences were being discussed in parliament as early as 1900 for the two headlands which mark the narrow entrance to the Cromarty Firth.
Bosses at Historic Environment Scotland (HES) have discussed shock plans to move the quango’s national headquarters from Edinburgh to the Highlands.
Hopes have been raised that an eyesore building in Elgin town centre could finally be demolished.
An ancient stone circle that has remained unknown to archaeologists for thousands of years has been officially recognised.
More than 70 businesses have expressed an interest in breathing new life into a historic Moray distillery.
Dozens of iconic Scottish attractions can be visited for free as part of St Andrews Day celebrations this year.
The hotel where Bram Stoker began writing Dracula is to be recognised with a special plaque celebrating the link.
Two Scottish stonemasons who helped to build the White House have been commemorated with a special plaque.
A Moray artist has unveiled a new exhibition documenting the lives of some of the first teenagers of the new millennium.
A town historically known for silversmithing is hosting an exhibition of early Scottish silver.
From an empty shell just two years ago to a vibrant new living space and growing commercial centre, the eventual transformation of Peterhead’s Caley Building has been swift.
A meeting at the ancient stronghold after which Fort William is named may change the course of its history.
A major project three years in preparation to “slow or prevent” the deterioration of one of the best examples of Caithness Brochs is set to start later this month.
Councillors and residents have hit out at “nightmare” proposals to build a block of modern apartments in a historic area of Inverness.