Sea cadets old and young have celebrated the 80th anniversary of the unit in Peterhead by reminiscing upon glories past and looking forward to a bright future in the town.
Budding seafarers are being encouraged to sign up to the sea cadets, with instructor numbers at some north and north-east units at crisis point.
A “dedicated” teenager is planning to cycle the width of the country to help his Sea Cadets unit buy a much-needed minibus.
A Moray charity have issued a call for more volunteers to help their organisation grow stronger and help out more local youngsters.
A former Royal Navy commander who is walking the entire length of the British coast has spoken warmly of her time in Aberdeen.
Inverness Sea Cadets have been learning the ropes at the Highland’s newest lifeboat station as RNLI volunteers at the Loch Ness base celebrated their 10th anniversary.
A new base for a north-east sea cadet troop has been approved.
The Princess Royal visited Peterhead yesterday to meet the local sea cadet unit and reopen their refurbished headquarters.
North-east sea cadets paraded through Fraserburgh for a double celebration yesterday, marking the achievements of local Victoria Cross winner Joseph Watt.
A north-east sea cadet troop has submitted plans to build a state-of-the-art base at an Aberdeenshire harbour.
The captain of the Sea Cadets charity has launched a recruitment drive to encourage young people to get involved in marine activities.
A north-east group has raised more than £3,000 to fund a new base for its members.
A north-east youth club has been awarded £10,000 to help run future activities in Peterhead.
A Sea Cadet who groomed a schoolgirl and persuaded her to "pull a sickie" so they could meet up has been spared a custodial sentence.
A group of north-east sea cadets is seeking thousands of pounds worth of funding from Aberdeenshire Council.
A sea cadet corps from the north-east's biggest town has been crowned the top unit in Britain.
Sea cadets in a north-east port have been left counting the cost after their HQ was vandalised.