A former bishop of Aberdeen and Orkney has died at the age of 92.
Ian Jolly was, for several decades, the best-known press photographer in the north of Scotland.
He was a man with myriad interests including politics and philosophy, and history and heritage.
Widely considered one of the greatest rock and roll drummers of all time, Neil Peart toured the world as part of Canadian prog-rock trio Rush.
A Hollywood legend, Buck Henry entertained audiences with his masterful skills both in front and behind the camera.
He was one of the Tartan Army’s greatest supporters, cheering on Scotland at no fewer than five World Cups.
A successful north banker who dedicated his life to his family and local community has died at the age of 85.
Tom White made his Aberdeen debut in June 1965 following an exchange deal that saw him swap places with Don Kerrigan.
He enchanted audiences with his “tough guy” acting, starring in films including Moonstruck and Spike Lee’s Do The Right Thing.
Ellon-born and bred, Bill Bruce was directly involved in the construction and sale of 20,000 homes all across Scotland.
Tributes have been paid to Dounreay’s acting managing director Steve Beckitt who has died at the age of 55.
Glenlivet farmer Jim Innes has died at the age of 67 following a short illness.
One of France’s most beloved sporting personalities, known for his enduring spirit and bravery as he narrowly failed to win the country’s national cycling race time and again, has died aged 83.
A journalist described as a “force of nature” by colleagues has died, aged 48.
Marcia Morris MBE, who has died at the age of 83, changed the lives of hundreds of people with learning disabilities.
A much-loved Scottish charity fundraiser has died.
Renowned Irish broadcaster Gay Byrne has died aged 85.
The writer of two of the biggest football songs of all time has died aged 74.
A former headteacher at two north-east schools has died at the age of 88 after a battle with Parkinson's.
A keen sailor who helped establish Banff Harbour as a marina, Andrew Kennedy has died aged 88.
A Grammy-winning songwriter who penned “literally every perfect pop song” has died aged 41.
Actress Sheila Steafel, who was renowned for her impeccable comic timing, has died aged 84.
A "much loved" fisherman and founding member of a north-east bird club has died.
Tom Bryers, a renowned civil engineer, has died at the age of 93.
One of the last remaining traditional blacksmiths in Scotland has died at the age of 84.
The music producer mastermind who co-created disco supergroup Village People has died aged 82.
Trish Godman, who has died aged 79, was among the very first group of MSPs to be elected to the Scottish Parliament, using her position to act as a “great fighter” for her constituents.
Rod Richards was the first elected leader of the Welsh Conservatives – a milestone in a life which included stints in the Royal Marines and reading the news for the BBC.
A prestigious national horticulture organisation have hailed an Aberdeen gardener who died at the weekend as a “gentleman and giant among peers”.
A senior Aberdeen gardener who spent decades tending the city’s most beloved parks and gardens has died.
A stalwart figure involved in one of Scotland’s oldest Highland games has died, aged 83.
A Moray pensioner who continued to live at home until her final days has died at the age of 103.