A historic Moray hospital deemed surplus to requirements by NHS Grampian could be revived as a care home for the region's elderly veterans.
A proposal to extend the transition process from military service to civilian life has been highlighted in a consultation on support for veterans in Scotland.
New connections were forged and old friends reconnected as veterans with sight loss came together to celebrate Scottish War Blinded’s annual Northern Gathering in Inverness.
On this day 75 years ago, the Gordon Highlanders landed on the beaches of Normandy, faced with the most gruelling military campaign of their lives.
‘I remember looking down and seeing the body, and I knew I was in France’: North-east veteran remembers D-Day
On June 6, 1944, the Allies launched the D-Day offensive against the Germans. Veteran Jim Glennie, who was shot and captured in the invasion, shares his memories with Stephen Walsh 75 years on.
An Aberdeen councillor has written to the defence secretary inviting her to the city as the local authority continues with its vision of making the Granite City Scotland’s “friendliest” to veterans.
Theresa May personally blocked ministers putting forward legislation which could have protected former soldiers from prosecution for alleged offences during the Northern Ireland Troubles, it has been reported.
The Irish Government has expressed concern about “loose comments” following UK Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt’s intervention on protecting veterans.
Northern Ireland’s parties have expressed polar opposite views on proposed plans to strengthen legal protections for military personnel.
New Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt has said she is determined to end the “chilling” threat of repeated investigations into alleged historical offences by British troops who served in Northern Ireland.
Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt is facing calls to extend strengthened legal protections to British troops facing investigation over alleged historical offences to veterans of the Northern Ireland conflict.
A former soldier who served in Iraq claims lunches with other war veterans in Aberdeen have helped to save his life.
Veterans across Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire have come together for a special reunion.
Seven of the surviving veterans from the Battle of Normandy and D-Day have been honoured ahead of the 75th anniversary of the landings next month.
The Prince of Wales will launch a charity appeal trying to raise £10 million to support the rising demand from veterans’ needing mental health support.
Veterans have returned to the mansion used as the nerve centre in preparation for the D-Day landings to mark 75 years since the liberation of Nazi-occupied western Europe.
New Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt has said it is a “personal priority” for her to ensure that service personnel are not unfairly pursued in relation to allegations of historical misbehaviour.
Veterans with sight loss have the chance to make new connections through a number of lunch groups across the Highlands and Moray.
A 98-year-old Second World War airman was among a group of forces veterans who swapped reminiscences during a gathering aimed at tackling loneliness.
Former servicemen are to be retrained for roles in television through a new scheme launched by an industry-led body.
PoppyScotland is to launch a new service to help veterans negotiate the welfare system.
A Moray woman who served with the RAF for more than 30 years has now devoted her life to raising money to help wounded veterans.
New research has revealed the true scale of the emotional difficulties faced by armed force workers at Christmas time.
Great Britain has in recent days, displayed a remarkable degree of unity.
Veterans’ gravestones at two Inverness cemeteries will be without a memorial poppy cross this Armistice Day for the first time in over 30 years.
Just before he died in his early 90s, my grandfather shot bolt upright in his hospital bed, gripped my arms and cried out repeatedly, “I can still see their faces. I can still see their faces.”
The founder of a charity set up to help veterans get access to essential transport has now rolled out the service in the north-east.
Melinda Messenger has urged people to support veterans talking part in a walk to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War.
Three veterans have paid their respects to more than 3,000 sailors who lost their lives aboard the Arctic Convoys of the Second World War.
A north-east man has praised a charity that offers holidays to former military personnel for helping him battle his post-traumatic stress disorder.
Scores of veterans attended a celebratory event marking 100 years of the RAF at the weekend.
“Brutal cuts” to Scottish military bases, including Fort George, should be reconsidered, according to Veterans Minister Keith Brown.