A campaign has been launched to raise £1.5 million to help safeguard the future of a 17th Century castle.
A Pictish man who had a “brutal death” about 1,400 years ago could have been royalty, researchers now say.
The Aberdeen woman responsible for unveiling long-hidden mysteries of Ancient Egypt will soon be celebrated as part of a new exhibition.
The descendants of one of the founding fathers of a historic Highland Games gathering will travel more than 3,000 miles across the Atlantic to attend the event for the first time.
Aberdeen may have been the true birthplace of Scotch whisky, according to new evidence uncovered by historians.
An excavation of the area around the main allied battlefield hospital site during the Battle of Waterloo has uncovered human remains, dozens of musket balls and a 6lb cannon ball.
Military horse riders will retrace a historic 1930s trek on a four-day endurance ride ending at Kinloss.
Two recently undertaken studies of Highlands and Islands prospects have come up with very different takes on where the region is headed.
Tales of riots and forgotten superstitions to be unearthed during new walking tours in Moray fishing community
Forgotten tales of riots and the deep-rooted superstitions of a Moray fishing community will be brought to the fore once again during a summer walking tour.
Archives which tell the history of a north-east region have been made available online for the first time.
Archaeologists are winding down after making an extraordinary discovery atop an iconic north-east mountain.
The restoration of a dilapidated north-east country mansion has taken another step forward.
Visitors to a Moray museum are being given the chance to create their own exhibition to showcase their personal history.
If or when Theresa May follows the example set by several of her 10 Downing Street predecessors and publishes a memoir of her time there, who will she blame for the enforced loss of office that begins today with her resignation as leader of the Conservative Party?
A group of divers plunged into the depths of D-Day history to explore an unusual wartime wreck.
‘I remember looking down and seeing the body, and I knew I was in France’: North-east veteran remembers D-Day
On June 6, 1944, the Allies launched the D-Day offensive against the Germans. Veteran Jim Glennie, who was shot and captured in the invasion, shares his memories with Stephen Walsh 75 years on.
Swashbuckling stories of the seven seas and harrowing tales of the plague are among the incredible north-east archive material made available digitally for the first time.
A town in Royal Deeside has heralded the unveiling of a new coat of arms.
A new survey has revealed that many young people in Scotland are in the dark about their own history.
The National Trust for Scotland has opened a hidden door into Scotland’s past, after a 400-year-old relic was discovered by a volunteer at an Aberdeenshire castle.
An historic Moray hotel is entering a new era, as it opens to the public for the first time in almost eight years.
Jim Hunter: We may not be fighting another world war, but climate change demands we act like we were
What connects last month's Extinction Rebellion (XR) protests with next month's commemoration of the D-Day landings of 75 years ago? At first glance, not a lot.
A stained glass window which has looked down on a north-east hall for 100 years has been removed so it can be repaired.
An archaeological dig at Aden Country Park has revealed the historic house was built on top of another building - with some puzzling drains also uncovered.
Descendants of the last laird of Aden House have visited an exhibition detailing the lives of their ancestors - donating the original key to the building as they did so.
Rooting around a flea market near Newcastle a collector of all things wartime was astonished to find a rare item with links to the north-east.
An instrument once described as “the finest piano in Aberdeen” has resurfaced after spending more than a century being cared for by multiple generations of one north-east family.
A plaque honouring an eminent Aberdeen scientist could be erected in his home city - nine decades after he died.
A contractor has been announced for a heritage centre in a Wester Ross village.
A rare book printed nearly 150 years ago has been donated to the historic Aberdeen organisation which helped created it.
Proposals to restore a north-east castle to its former glory have taken a "tremendous" step forward.
A society which has helped preserve the history of an Aberdeen community is celebrating a historic anniversary of its own.