Aberdonians flocked to the city centre yesterday to help celebrate one of Scotland's greatest heroes.
A new survey has revealed that many young people in Scotland are in the dark about their own history.
A corn snake is looking for a new home after spending 639 days with an Aberdeenshire charity.
The National Wallace Monument reopened to the public yesterday following a stunning £550,000 refurbishment to tell the story of Scotland’s national hero “better than ever before”.
An art teacher at Thurso High School has created a large-scale canvas in memory of the 201 sailors who perished in the Iolaire disaster nearly 100 years ago.
A north-east councillor is calling for a series of new roads to be named as soon as possible in an effort to kick-start the local housing market.
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 feud over the naming of Fraserburgh's streets is rumbling on.
A north-east street will be named after William Wallace despite protests that politics should not play a part in the naming process.
Controversial plans to name a north-east street after William Wallace have been resurrected.
An artist poised to transform an Aberdeen statue into a space-aged warrior hopes her efforts will inspire a new round of debate into Scotland's future ahead of the general election.
An event paying tribute to one of Scottish history most renowned heroes was held in Aberdeen at the weekend.
Aberdeen’s annual commemoration of Scottish hero William Wallace will take place on Saturday, August 16.
A commemoration of Scottish icon William Wallace taking place in Aberdeen this weekend has sparked a political row.
A political row over a new Fraserburgh street name has been resolved after plans to call it William Wallace Way were finally lanced.