Former Chelsea team-mates Frank Lampard and John Terry are set to be in opposite dugouts when Derby tackle Aston Villa in the Sky Bet Championship play-off final at Wembley. Here, Press Association Sport takes a look back at some memorable images from moments shared between the England duo, for both club and country.
Liverpool produced a staggering comeback against Barcelona to reach the Champions League final in Madrid on June 1.
Parts of the UK have woken up to snow after an area of low pressure swept across the country.
Students have joined school strikes around the world demanding that politicians take urgent action on climate change.
Wintry weather returned to the UK on Sunday, with gales and snow battering parts of the country.
As Lerwick prepares to welcome visitors from across the globe ahead of Up Helly Aa, we take a look back at the best pictures captured at the event. Showcasing traditional features of the festival – from costumed warriors to the burning of the galley – they’ll be sure to make you want to visit.
Each week we are lucky enough to receive a number of pictures sent in by our readers.
Aberdeen's Music Hall has been a place of cherished memories throughout the years with music legends, grappling wrestlers and royalty all visiting the Union Street venue.
As well as having photographers based all over the north and north-east of Scotland, we are regularly sent some dazzling shots from our readers.
It’s not every day that sports car owners in Scotland get to drive with their roofs down, but the stars aligned recently for them at the fabulous Moray Miglia rally.
These images reveal how Scotland’s only purpose-built neurological centre will look after a £3.9million expansion is finished.
Hundreds of locals and visitors braved the subzero temperatures in one Moray village to watch the 1,600-year-old tradition of the Burning of the Clavie last night to mark the old New Year.
Hundreds braved the icy waters of the North Sea to raise cash for charity yesterday.
Hundreds of people have been unfortunate enough to spend some or all of the festive season in hospitals this year.
This series of pictures show the moment a peckish crow was caught unwrapping and munching a Mars bar.
A competition was launched last week to find the best elf pictures from the north and north-east.
Following a day of travel chaos, schools closed and high winds, north and north-east commuters found themselves battling snowy conditions this morning.
Within an enchanted, snowflake dappled venue, the Press and Journal’s 8th annual Energy Snow Ball showcased once again just why it’s the industry night of the year.
This year’s 25th anniversary Christmas Classic attracted a large attendance throughout Monday afternoon and evening and all day Tuesday this week to view the best of north-east beef cattle and sheep at the annual event which is organised by Aberdeen and Northern Marts with NorthLink Ferries as main sponsor.
Winter is most definitely here!
More than 15,000 citizens thronged Aberdeen’s Union Street last night to watch the city’s Christmas lights turned on - with new freeman Denis Law leading the way.
Another Royal National Mod has come to a close. The world-famous event bade farewell to this year’s home of Lochaber on Saturday after a week of gruelling competitions and performances. Our photographer Sandy McCook was there all week covering the festivities and competitions. Here are his photographs:
Work on the £55million West Link project in Inverness is nearing completion, with the hope it will open in the first week of December.
Youngsters have been getting on their marks for a brand new running event in Aberdeen which is the first of its kind in the city.
Tomorrow hundreds will descend on Braemar for the annual gathering.
A Moray man threatened to post revealing pictures of his ex-girlfriend on the internet unless she agreed to resume their relationship.
The news that the historic Torcher Parade would be returning to the streets of Aberdeen this year was welcomed with joy.
As the dust settles on this year’s council elections, we’ve taken a look at the greatest wins and the biggest losses.
It’s nearly May and yet many parts of Scotland were covered in a blanket of snow today. The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning with the snow set to continue tomorrow. Our photographers have been out taking pictures of today’s weather – and now we want yours too.
One of the most iconic structures in the Highland village of Carrbridge celebrates its 300th birthday this year.
The Northern Lights were visible over the UK on Wednesday night, with people as far south as Cumbria and Northumberland spotting the solar storm.
Storm Doris has been battering the UK, with winds reaching speeds of up to 90mph in some areas.