A north-east family has been reunited with treasured diaries penned by a relative as he risked life and limb during the First World War.
The history of Moray’s vast array of war memorials is being explored as part of a new museum exhibit.
A 100-year-old book written by a wartime correspondent for the Press and Journal's predecessor has been donated to the Gordon Highlander's Museum.
A forgotten Highland military base used during both world wars could finally be declared a “nationally important monument” and opened up to the public.
A huge donation has been raised by a Moray military wives choir as part of a series of events to mark 100 years since the end of World War I.
The wartime diaries of a north-east soldier, only recently unearthed and rescued from oblivion, offer a fascinating insight into the final days of the conflict from the perspective of the frontline.
This Sunday, the country will pause, as it does every year, to remember all those who have fallen in the service of our country in every conflict since 1914. In this year of the centenary of the armistice, the two minutes’ silence will have greater resonance than usual.
A retired north-east offshore worker has created a poignant war memorial at a Moray church by using sand bags and helmets to represent the fallen.
Bridge of Don schoolchildren, volunteers and councillors gathered yesterday to launch a series of events commemorating 100 years since the end of the First World War.
Sand from beaches in Moray will be taken to France next month to remember 10 men who died during the same day of fighting in the First World War.
A group of Brownies have scattered pebbles around a Deeside town to mark 100 years since the end of World War I.
Susan Welsh saw Far, Far from Ypres at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
A new piece of music will be played in unison by musicians across the world as a way of ensuring that the First World War continues to be remembered beyond its centenary.
Aberdeen City Council has donated £10,000 to Poppy Scotland to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War.
Young historians in Moray have been delving into the region’s experiences of both world wars in an effort to help preserve their lessons for all time.
A north-east project to commemorate the end of the First World War is on course to reach its target of 10,000 knitted poppies.
A Cairngorms community has embarked on a massive project to create a poignant tribute later this year.
Music students from Moray will travel to London to perform a moving song they have written to pay homage to the RAF.
A Macduff church has launched a plea for knitters to help the community commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
A cavalcade of poppies has been unveiled at a north-east attraction to mark the centenary of the end of the fighting during World War I.
The spectre of the First and Second World Wars still loom large for many today, but for one Nato fleet, clearing up their explosive aftermath remains a matter of life and death.
A long-lost photograph of a mystery soldier could help fill in the blanks of a north-east family tree.
The grave of a 21-year-old Highland soldier has finally been marked 100 years after his death in Word War I.
Campaigners plan to create an avalanche of poppies to mark the centenary of the end of World War I.
Hundreds of Moray school pupils have taken part in a moving event to remember the sacrifices made during World War I and the developments since.
The north-east fell silent over the weekend as heroes from World War I and II and other conflicts were remembered in poignant tributes.
A north-east community has paid tribute to the courage of a World War I hero.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum in Aberdeen has lodged plans to create a replica World War I trench in an effort to lure more visitors.
The 87-year-old daughter of a north-east war hero will watch as her father’s legendary acts of valour are re-enacted during a celebration in his hometown.
Teenagers from Moray and Nairn made a poignant visit to France to pay their respects to soldiers killed during World War I.
Creative suggestions are being sought to help protect a remote memorial to north-east soldiers from being damaged by livestock.
Designs have been revealed for a memorial sculpture to mark the upcoming centenary of a major shipping disaster off the Western Isles.