Aberdeen council bosses are continuing preparations for a celebration of the anniversary of the signing of an historic document by the most legendary king of Scots.
Robert the Bruce
Actor Angus Macfadyen has said he hopes his new film Robert the Bruce will boost support for Scottish independence.
Tree stumps in one of Aberdeen's main parks are being brought back to life by a chainsaw-wielding scientist.
Timothy Spall and Richard Dreyfuss will attend the Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) as part of a star-studded line-up.
A new survey has revealed that many young people in Scotland are in the dark about their own history.
A descendant of King Robert the Bruce had spoken of the remarkable progress being made to restore a Scottish cemetery in the heart of Kolkata.
Being invited to a red carpet event was a first for me.
Chris Pine has said the response to his full-frontal nudity in his new film has highlighted a double standard for male and female stars.
Skye looks set for another massive boost in tourism with the forthcoming release on Netflix of the new Robert the Bruce movie.
Legendary Scottish king Robert the Bruce would be “turning in his grave” over £68million housing plans at Aberdeen’s Rubislaw Quarry it was claimed last night, as a war of words over the future of the historic site intensified.
A historic Moray church will echo with song during a fundraising concert aimed at keeping the ancient building open.
The head of an Aberdeen organisation that dates back almost 900 years has called for a permanent feature to honour the historic connections between the Granite City and Robert the Bruce.
Kinloss Abbey was founded in 1150 by King David I and has been linked with some of history's most famous figures.
Scots will finally be able to look at what could have been the face of Scotland’s greatest king, after scientists and historians joined forces to create the images.
It was an act of kindness by a small community which was never forgotten by one the greatest and most fearsome warriors of his generation.
Pupils at a Moray secondary school dressed up as some of Scotland's most legendary historic figures to stage a lively debate about the country's past.
A historic beauty spot overlooking the Moray Firth is being spruced up for the first time in decades by a band of volunteers eager to highlight the region's rich past.
Seven statues in Aberdeen have been cordoned off in case of "highly spirited" street celebrations once the result has been declared.