A father-and-son have written themselves into Deeside history after completing their story with the legendary "Dinnie Steens".
A legendary Deeside challenge will take central stage at Arnold Schwarzenegger's US strongman festival - one of the biggest of its kind in the world.
An American documentary, focusing on a legendary Deeside strongman, has opened to widespread acclaim.
More than 150 years ago, Deeside athlete Donald Dinnie summoned all his strength and crossed the Potarch Bridge with two massive stones weighing 770lbs.
A Dinnie Stane legend will return to Deeside with his family this weekend to take part in a documentary on the history of Scottish stone lifting.
In 1973 an unassuming Northern Irish policeman weighing under 12 stone stunned the north-east by becoming the first man to recreate a legendary feat of strength first carried out by local strongman Donald Dinnie 113 years before.