A Second World War veteran returned to RAF Lossiemouth on her 94th birthday to share memories of a bygone age at the base.
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Coastguard crews called to a Moray beauty spot following the discovery of a deadly explosive got more than they bargained for when they stumbled upon another, even larger, device at the same time.
The history of Moray’s vast array of war memorials is being explored as part of a new museum exhibit.
Second World War aircraft engine and Nazi stamps for sale in massive north-east military memorabilia auction
Stamps emblazoned with Adolf Hitler's image, an engine used in a Second World War aircraft and medals awarded during the Great War will go under the hammer at a north-east auction next week.
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.
Forgotten Highland wartime camp dubbed ‘most complete surviving coast battery in Scotland’ to be saved
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 97-year-old war hero and historian is to receive a British Empire Medal (BEM) for bringing the past back to life for school children across the north.
A man “lucky to be alive” after his childhood home was bombed in World War II has achieved the rare feat of celebrating his 70th wedding anniversary.
The oldest surviving Victoria Cross recipient was among the guests of honour at a celebration of the RAF’s 100th year in Aberdeen.
A hand grenade was safely detonated on Lossiemouth’s East Beach yesterday following its discovery in a Moray back garden.
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 seaman has received one of France’s highest honours for the part he played in the D-Day landings.
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 far north town was almost wiped from the map by the Nazis during World War II, a local historian believes.
Plans have been lodged to create a memorial to the victims of a World War II bombing.
The recent storms which hit the UK have dislodged unusual mementos from the resting place of a World War II shipwreck.
A brazen thief who stole a £9,000 worth of goods - including war medals - was caught after he left his DNA on a can of beer he swiped.
A north pensioner has paid a poignant tribute to the father he never knew on the 75th anniversary of his death in World War II.
A former nurse who treated prisoners of war and defeated cancer more than four decades ago has celebrated her 100th birthday.
The north-east fell silent over the weekend as heroes from World War I and II and other conflicts were remembered in poignant tributes.
It was one of the most important military encounters of World War II.
A north-east community has paid tribute to the courage of a World War I hero.
An RAF legend has revealed how training in Moray helped harden his resolve ahead of being captured as a prisoner of war during World War II.
World War II veterans from opposite sides of the conflict meet for first time in Aberdeen – as friends
Two World War II veterans, who 70 years ago were sworn enemies on opposite sides of history, met face to face in Aberdeen yesterday as friends.
A war veteran has been presented with his military honours more than 70 years after surviving the D-Day landings.
Generations of Moray villagers have spent decades ensuring that a tragic fighter pilot is remembered by maintaining a modest memorial.
War vehicles, vintage food tins and Union Flag bunting have transported passengers on a Moray heritage railway more than 70 years back in time.
Moray man spent five years restoring WWII yacht… Then it sank moments after being launched into water
A budding yachtsman could only watch in horror as the 40ft vessel he spent five years restoring sank immediately after being launched.
Military medals awarded to a Moray man described as "one of the Merchant Navy's greatest heroes" have sold at auction for £216,000.
The perilous Arctic Convoy runs between 1941 and 1945 were called "the suicide missions" by many of those who sailed on them.
Youngsters at an Aberdeen school have gained an insight into what life was like during the World War II air raids after being evacuated from the city to the country.