An “incredible” Tudor shipwreck found on mudflats in Kent by local volunteers looking for demolished Second World War pillboxes has been given protection.
Ancient settlements, burial sites and waterways have been revealed by aerial surveyors studying crop marks during the summer heatwave.
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.
The Princess Royal has launched a new book about the contribution of Scots in London during the First World War.
A north-east castle has welcomed back an 18th Century painting, which will once again adorn its walls.
The benefactor behind the spectacular Kynren outdoor historical shows said he hopes it will become a family institution like Christmas or Star Wars as it begins its third season.
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.
A new digital app has been released to help people learn about a crofting colony who lived at the foot of one of the most visited hills in the north-east.
A model of motorbike dropped behind enemy lines and used by British paratroopers during the Second World War has been commemorated with the launch of a new limited edition.
It’s three-quarters of a century since 617 Squadron flew off to break open major German dams in a mission to hit Nazi Germany’s war production.
Owners of classic cars and motorcycles have been encouraged to take part in a charity drive which will visit some of the north-east’s most stunning landmarks.
It was one of the many tragedies which happened at sea during the Second World War.
Parts of the Roman Empire’s most north-western frontier were originally painted in vibrant reds and yellows, new research has revealed.
A special tribute will immortalise the Aberdeenshire heroine who waded into the North Sea to save 15 lives in a daring rescue.
Connor Ward was 20 when he was first locked up after sparking a bomb scare in Banff in 2012.
Bomber Command veterans from around the globe have gathered to officially open a centre to honour the crews which helped turn the tide of the Second World War.
The secrets of ancient Pictish symbols found in Scotland will be revealed at a talk next week.
Artefacts dating back as far back as 100 years ago have been uncovered in the heart of a north-east hotel.
Prince Charles is marking his 70th year by forming a new charity aimed at preserving some of the country’s most beautiful buildings “for many years to come”.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a selection of photographs being unveiled to the public this month are the stuff of several grisly detective novels.
A north pensioner has paid a poignant tribute to the father he never knew on the 75th anniversary of his death in World War II.
A north-east attraction is preparing to mark a major milestone in Scottish maritime history.
A group of Aberdeen rail enthusiasts have received a funding boost to cover urgent repairs to a 19th century engine shed.
North-east law students could shed new light on one of history’s most infamous killers - 130 years on from the spree of murders which gained him notoriety.
A 344-year-old plaque from Aberdeen’s historic Provost Skene's House which was left propped up against a wall during reconstruction work has once again been given pride of place.
The busy hum of cars on one of the busiest roads in Aberdeen blurs into the distance as you gently bump down the driveway of Summerhill House.