An artist has created his own drawing of a now derelict north-east castle.
Next month sees the release of the much-anticipated Netflix original film, Outlaw King.
Tattooed muscle men in tight pink shorts. Drag queens in ballgowns and bedazzled bras. A tiny tot in kaleidoscopic fairy wings. Whole families out for a day of fun, cheering on the out-and-proud crowd marching through the streets of Belfast.
History enthusiasts have re-enacted the 1066 clash between King Harold and William the Conqueror on the anniversary of the Battle of Hastings. Here is a taste of the historical action:
Diaries penned by a north-east soldier, which offer a fascinating insight into the First World War, have been rescued from a skip and put on public display.
Two teenagers have returned from a special trip to the most notorious concentration camps of the Nazi regime to help warn others of the dangers of repeating history.
Robert Burns once composed a poem on the back of a Bank of Scotland note.
An exhibition about “revolutionary” anti-slavery campaigner Frederick Douglass is going on show at the National Library of Scotland to mark the 200th anniversary of his birth.
Work to restore and re-open a 15th century church will begin in the coming weeks.
A piece of historic jewellery unearthed in Fraserburgh could soon be displayed in the port.
Ahhh, the internet. Surely one of the human race’s most remarkable breakthroughs, a tool with which the world became smaller, information became instant and a collective intelligence was born.
A Moray charity is inviting local children to help uncover an ancient farm steading and reveal secrets of the past from before the time of the Jacobites.
Incredible items from the north-east’s storied history form part of a major new exhibition celebrating the 125th anniversary of Arbuthnot Museum.
Pictures revealing part of a community which was flooded to create a reservoir have been captured from the air.
The windows of Elgin Cathedral have been empty of glass since the 1600s, with visitors and locals having to rely on their imagination to picture what used to be there.
Artefacts dating back more than 800 years have been found at the Palace of Holyroodhouse.
Scottish scientists have been involved in the discovery of a fossilised turtle, which has revealed new details about the evolution of the species.
A former railway station building on Royal Deeside is to re-open after it was destroyed by fire three years ago.
The Government is investigating fresh reports that a number of British Second World War wrecks in Asia have been plundered by grave robbers.
The Aberdeenshire heritage centre which is hosting a world-famous work of art will stage the launch event for a book about it.
The Great Central Railway heritage line in Loughborough is marking the 50th anniversary of British Rail’s last mainline, steam-hauled passenger service with an End of Steam gala.
A Victorian hobby has enthralled Twitter users after a historian shared a picture discovered from a scrapbook during her research.
Wartime diary kept by teenage relative resulted in former north art teacher becoming a family history detective
Some 16-year-olds today would feel lost with without access to their mobile phone or social media, while they take for granted being able to listen to the latest music or watching TV to see what their favourite celebrities are up to.
They were the forgotten victims of the Second World War.
An Aberdeen sailor killed during the First World War has received a full military burial service in France more than a century after his death.
It is famed the world over, even featuring on a famous pair of Nike trainers, but now a comprehensive and detailed history of Harris Tweed has been compiled by the local authority, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar.
The MSP for the Western Isles has called for the Ministry of Defence to protect the final resting place of HMY Iolaire, under a parliamentary act designed to protect the wreckage of military vehicles and vessels.
Seasoned Aberdeen FC supporters are being encouraged to unearth interesting pieces of memorabilia for a new museum honouring the Dons’ past exploits.
A north-east castle has welcomed back an 18th Century painting, which will once again adorn its walls.
Researchers in the north-east have discovered that their historical knowledge of Scotland’s big freezes was actually just the tip of the iceberg.
While the Green in Aberdeen is home to charming shops and impressive street art, it is also the heartland of one of the murkiest periods in the city’s history.
War and football may seem like odd bedfellows, but author Daniel Gray is equally fascinated by both subjects.