Of the many books piled in corners of my house as a child, there was one whose illustrations charmed and delighted me most. She may have died in the 1960s but even today, Mabel Lucie Attwell’s illustrations remain iconic.
The father of the first British woman to die fighting against so-called Islamic State in Syria has launched a campaign to bring his daughter’s remains back to the UK.
The Duke of Rothesay visited Fort George yesterday to present medals to members of 3 Scots who have recently returned from a six-month tour of Iraq.
The 3rd Battalion of Royal Regiment of Scotland (3 SCOTS) has received a well-deserved warm welcome on their homecoming parade through the Highland capital after a six-month deployment.
Soldiers from 3 SCOTS The Black Watch are currently in Iraq, helping to train the security forces.
North-east people in London when the terror attacks took place on Saturday night have told of their horror as events unfolded.
A politician at the centre of a hoax terror threat has vowed not to be intimidated by "bullies and extremists" hell-bent on spreading fear.
A north-east pub was sealed off for six hours yesterday after a mystery package was sent there containing a bizarre note referencing ISIS.
Top guns from RAF Lossiemouth have brought Islamic State to breaking point after a series of strikes aimed at liberating the terrorist group's last stronghold in Iraq.
The threat of a terrorist attack is the main concern for Scots, according to a new survey.
Passengers travelling through Istanbul's Ataturk Airport have recounted how a suspected ISIS-led terrorist attack left dozens dead and many more injured.
JK Rowling has said she "can't stop crying" after the death of a Harry Potter theme park worker who was the victim of a mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando.
Remarks made by Donald Trump have prompted calls for him to be banned from the UK under hate speech laws.
Fighter pilots from RAF Lossiemouth were stationed in Cyprus last night as they prepared to carry out air strikes against the IS terror group.
RAF Lossiemouth top guns will be taking part in air strikes over Syria within hours.
Oil and gas engineers are being told to “name their price” when applying for jobs with Islamic State, according to an international terrorism expert.
Terrorist groups are cashing in on $1million in crude sales every day, according to the new Global Terrorism Index.
A French-born MSP has warned politicians against a knee-jerk military response to the Paris attacks.
A leading Scottish terrorism expert said he felt for the real victims of the drone strike - the bereaved parents who will not be able to mourn the deaths of their own sons.
The brother of a British aid worker murdered by ISIS has visited the north-east as part of his fight against the terrorist group.
A 60-year-old nurse has admitted driving whilst five times the alcohol limit before telling police she was a member of extremist organisation ISIS and had plastic explosives in her shoes.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has warned the public to be prepared for the possibility of Scottish casualties after a terrorist attack which killed at least 38 in Tunisia.
Police have revealed a plan to detonate a homemade bomb at a military march in London today has been foiled.
A north man has spoken from the Middle East about his fight against Islamic State - and insisted he is no "Xbox warrior" looking for 15 minutes of fame.
A north-east Moslem group has condemned the latest actions of IS - and said the world has to stop giving the terror group a platform to expose their "horrific" actions.
UK military action against brutal IS jihadists in Iraq is forcing defence chiefs to rethink their plans for RAF Lossiemouth.
An old friend of an Aberdeen man fighting for an Islamic extremist group in the Middle East has confirmed that he is still alive.
Islamic State extremists have warned that a Scottish hostage will be killed next.
UK Government officials were last night investigating claims that a British man who fled to join the world’s most feared terrorist group has been killed in Iraq.
The rise of Isis as a force in Islamic extremism has posed a potential new threat to British oil workers in Iraq.
The parents of a war hero killed in Iraq have condemned the actions of a north-east man who appeared in a chilling jihadist recruitment video.
An Aberdeen man who flew to the Middle East to fight for jihadist organisation ISIS said in a TV interview today that he misses his parents.