The Prince of Wales was welcomed by a Northumbrian piper as he started a series of engagements in the North East.
Campaigners seeking to save a remote Hebridean castle - loved by Prince Charles- are seeking a wealthy private backer.
The Highland Council has been slammed for sending out “mourning kits” in anticipation of the death of members of the Royal Family.
Theresa May has made a trip to the north-east to meet with the Queen and attend a church service.
Andrew Lloyd Webber denounced financial cuts suffered by the arts in education as stars pledged their support for creativity in the classroom.
The Prince of Wales is “very concerned” about the decline of the arts in schools, the boss of one of his charities has said.
Braemar Gathering is one of the oldest Highland Games events in the world. Stephen Walsh learns how a new heritage centre is aiming to preserve global games culture for future generations
The Duke of Rothesay has partnered with a Deeside whisky maker to help school the next generation of distillers.
The Duke of Rothesay saw history being made at the small Highland games near his far north holiday home at the Castle of Mey.
The Duke of Rothesay is striving to nurture the next generation of Highland Games superstars with a new initiative launched this week.
The Prince of Wales has praised the resilience of the people of Salisbury after the recent Novichok poisonings.
Prince Charles chatted with engineers and entrepreneurs yesterday as he arrived in Caithness for his annual stay.
A new depiction of the Duke of Rothesay was unveiled in Scotland’s national portrait gallery yesterday.
Prince Charles has praised the extraordinary work of a 99-year-old war hero who is celebrating seven decades at the helm of a historic north-east event.
The Prince of Wales will tell a child sexual abuse inquiry he was “deceived” by disgraced bishop Peter Ball – and that he was unaware of the true nature of the clergyman’s behaviour until more than 20 years after allegations first surfaced.
The Prince of Wales is to give evidence to the child sexual abuse inquiry as it examines how allegations against a disgraced former Church of England bishop were handled.
The Prince of Wales has issued a stark warning about the threat to Britain’s native plants and trees from foreign pests and diseases, saying he fears a “wasteland”.
The Prince of Wales was gifted a tree for his Highgrove home during a Kew Gardens visit – and joked it would need protecting from Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Portraits spanning four generations of the royal family will go on display to mark the Prince of Wales’ birthday.
A “stalwart” of the Highland crofting community has finally stood down from his post after multiple failed attempts at retirement.
A resident from John O’Groats has written to the Duke of Rothesay following plans to abolish direct bus services to several villages in the north.
A historic wool mill from the north-east has launched a chronicle of historic tweeds dating back nearly two centuries.
The Duke of Rothesay has praised the “invaluable” work of local newspapers and the “vital role” they continue to play in society.
Tom Fletcher has made an incredible Royal Wedding speech spoof video featuring lookalikes of Meghan Markle, Prince William and the Queen.
Prince Charles is marking his 70th year by forming a new charity aimed at preserving some of the country’s most beautiful buildings “for many years to come”.
The Prince of Wales was joined by a host of celebrities at a special awards ceremony recognising special young people in Britain.
The Duke of Rothesay will help breathe new life into the Deeside train station he used as a boy almost three years after it was destroyed by a huge fire.
Prince Charles’ north-east pop-up restaurant is to become a permanent fixture after thousands enjoyed its high-class dining over the course of its first year.
The Duke of Rothesay is spearheading a project to breathe new life into one of Deeside’s oldest church yards.
The Duke of Rothesay paid a surprise visit to Thainstone Centre, Inverurie, yesterday to show his support for the agricultural industry, which is experiencing a difficult harvest situation and seasonal livestock sales impacted by the recent bad weather.
Prince Charles is set to wade into the threat of alien pink salmon invading Scotland’s rivers.
Marching in perfect unison, the Queen’s Guard lead the way as Her Majesty and family headed to Crathie Church for Sunday service yesterday.