Plans were yesterday unveiled for a new £6.5million visitor attraction in Moray.
A crowdfunding page has been set up to raise funds for a north-east archaeological dig that could unveil interesting information about the Neolithic period in Mintlaw.
It is such a story, it has taken 25 years to write it.
A group dedicated to preserving memories of Aberdeen’s past for future generations will have its first meeting next month.
A priceless artefact has arrived at a north-east museum - the oldest Scottish hyper-radial lighthouse lens.
A Moray church will hit the high notes with a musical celebration to commemorate its bicentenary.
Residents of a North Yorkshire village are appealing for help in their efforts to create a poignant memorial for sailors lost at sea.
A series of films capturing the history of Elgin are to be shown at a special fundraising event next month.
A photograph from one of the UK's oldest brass bands has offered a glimpse of what Elgin was like 100 years ago.
In country after country, schoolchildren have been staging protest marches.
The Albanian communist regime was one of the cruellest in Europe. It executed around 25,000 of its own people and sent tens of thousands to labour camps.
Today's news of Esslemont and Macintosh's potential revival as a thriving food and drink outlet has been welcomed by many who remember the department store fondly.
A new exhibition has opened at a city museum giving visitors an insight into the harrowing lives of soldiers during the First World War.
A descendant of King Robert the Bruce had spoken of the remarkable progress being made to restore a Scottish cemetery in the heart of Kolkata.
A former Aberdeen councillor turned history group leader has said the local authority should have upgraded a crumbling Archibald Simpson designed building when the city had the money.
We’ve gone through the DC Thomson archives and dug out some of our favourite photographs of people in the north and north-east enjoying the snow.
A 300-year-old memorial to a noted Aberdeen merchant and his family will undergo improvements after suffering decades of neglect.
Monumental mistake… red-faced archaeologists realise an Aberdeenshire stone circle thought to be thousands of years old was built in the ’90s
Red-faced archaeologists have admitted that a stone circle they believed was thousands of years old is actually a replica which dates back just 20 years.
The honeymoon suite of a hotel, an antique dealers in Edinburgh, and the set of Poirot all played a part in the mysterious history of Henry VII’s bed, experts have said.
Dippy the dinosaur has gone on display to the public in Scotland for the first time.
We’ve gone through the DC Thomson archives and dug out these photographs showing George Street in the 1960s, 70s and 80s.
The restrictive immigration regime planned by Theresa May’s government ‘completely pulls the rug from under the feet of business and communities in the Highlands and Islands’.
It's spooky season all year round here in Scotland.
A piece of the north-east's distant transport past has been returned home to be brought back to its former glory.
Moray locals were treated to a fascinating collection of old films dating back over a century during a special showing in Elgin yesterday.
A new exhibition will provide a fascinating insight into the history of some of Scotland's most notorious criminals.
A famous toy manufacturer has made a miniature replica of a legendary north-east police car, which has become a top attraction since being brought back to the region.
Because news is very much about the here and now, it’s not often that a press release prompts much in the way of thinking about the longer-run significance of whatever’s being publicised.
An ancient stone circle that has remained unknown to archaeologists for thousands of years has been officially recognised.
The north-east has a reputation for chilling the bones of its residents, but flint found in an archaeological dig has revealed the landscape now home to Peterhead may once have been in the midst of a glacier.
Plans to re-bury hundreds of skeletons unearthed during archaeological works at an iconic Aberdeen church have been submitted - paving the way for a £5.5 million transformation project.
The first Scottish ship to sail across the Atlantic set off from Aberdeen more than 420 years ago- a city historian has found in a surprise discovery.