Art experts have established that a painting once exhibited in the Louvre is not by renowned artist El Greco as previously thought.
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An Aberdeenshire estate could hold the key to the survival of increasingly scarce tree species.
Speed limits on a north-east road may be significantly reduced in an effort to improve safety at two junctions.
From grey and green ladies to corpses hidden in walls, you can follow a trail of hauntings and terrifying tales through the castles and grand houses of the Aberdeenshire and Moray.
Volunteers from as far afield as Australia have created a new feature at the entrance of Culloden Battlefield.
One of the antique world's most renowned figures, Paul Laidlaw, is taking part in a special event at Fyvie Castle later this month.
Around 200 people armed with water pistols turned out to test a protective covering installed around a popular Charles Rennie Mackintosh attraction.
A furious row has broken out between staff and management at the iconic Glencoe Visitor Centre - over who gets the tips.
Runners taking part in a half marathon at Crathes Castle are being encouraged to do their bit for the environment.
A Charles Rennie Mackintosh masterpiece has been granted official museum accreditation for the first time.
It may be more famed as the scene of a bloody battle, but a group of students are studying the historic uses of the plant life found at Culloden.
NTS claims proposal for fish farm off Canna ‘is probably the worst location that could have been chosen’
A proposal to install the largest fish farm cages in the UK off Canna "is probably the worst location that could have been chosen," according to the charity which owns the tiny isle.
Conservationists have carried out a survey of seabirds on the outlying islands of a remote archipelago for the first time in 20 years.
Art experts have concluded that a painting in a stately home’s collection which was thought to be by Raphael is unlikely to be the work of the Renaissance master.
A record number of bats have been recorded at a historic Aberdeenshire mansion.
The National Trust for Scotland will bring a touch of Hogwarts magic to Crathes Castle on Sunday.
The stunning Inverewe Gardens welcomes a new visitor for the next six weeks who is planning to radically overhaul the blank walls of its gallery.
A walkway into one of Scotland's most iconic caves remains closed for a second year amid safety fears.
A historian has hit out at the "arrogance" of the National Trust for Scotland (NTS) accusing the organisation of "misleading" the public over its proposed £300,000 lost villages project.
Archaeologists are to excavate three forgotten villages of Glencoe whose structures have long disappeared beneath a blanket of grass and heather.
A conservation charity has outlined plans to install a café in a centuries-old townhouse at the heart of Inverness to help meet rising costs of maintenance.
Hollywood hit film The Greatest Showman will be given a special outdoors screening at an Aberdeenshire attraction next week.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds is to be invested in protecting vulnerable woodland at a north-east estate.
Scotland's mountains were illuminated at the weekend after more than 150 hikers lit torches for the National Trust for Scotland.
A North Sea oil firm has been digging deep to help restore a footpath at a picturesque Deeside estate.
Flags and banners were raised over Culloden Moor at the weekend as hundreds came to pay their respects to those who fell on the battlefield.
A face lift and building extension worth more than £1million has "transformed" the visitor centre at an iconic Highland site.
The official guardians of Culloden Battlefield have launched a public appeal to protect the iconic moor amid warnings continued development could ruin the site forever.
A popular Deeside running event will expand this year with the addition of a cross-country race around the area's scenic surroundings.
With their short legs and squat bodies, badgers are well known for digging and burrowing.
Tourist attractions across the north and north-east of Scotland celebrated a bumper year in 2018 with record numbers of visitors.
A short film has shown what life on the island of St Kilda was like in 1908.