Generations of Moray villagers have spent decades ensuring that a tragic fighter pilot is remembered by maintaining a modest memorial.
World War II
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.
A relic hunter has launched an extraordinary appeal to reunite the families of more than 14,000 WWII heroes with their dog tags – after he found them buried in a field.
A wartime hand grenade was discovered in a block of flats yesterday.
A Canadian psychotherapist has launched an appeal to find a mysterious Scottish woman who she believes was in love with her war hero uncle.
A bottle of Speyside whisky has been taken to its rightful home behind the bar of a village pub - 75 years after it was ordered.
It was one of the darkest days of World War II - and Scots were among those who suffered the worst privations after the fall of Singapore 75 years ago this week.
A World War II explosive unearthed during works to create an offshore wind farm has been detonated at a Moray beach.
From a shed in their back garden, brothers David and Rick Bremner, along with their good friend Theo Willford, have created something truly special – a Bristol Scout Type-C plane once flown during WWI by their grandfather, Francis Donald Holden Bremner.
A north-east veteran who survived an atomic bomb blast and was forced to work on the Death Railway by the Japanese army has died at the age of 97.
An Arctic Convoys veteran has taken to sea once again to be honoured for his World War II heroics alongside his comrades.
Lossiemouth residents last night staged a poignant tribute to mark the 75th anniversary of a World War II bombing raid on the town.
The Blitz spirit was brought to life at the weekend as rail enthusiasts dressed as 1940s spies and soldiers travelled a heritage railway line.
A heritage group has cracked open a World War II air raid shelter for the first time in decades as part of plans to rejuvenate a Moray town centre.
“I still think about my friends who didn’t come back” – D-Day veterans honoured by France in north-east
Veterans who survived one of the most crucial assaults of World War II were honoured for their role in the liberation of France yesterday.
A Buckie couple, who were married during World War II are celebrating their 73rd wedding anniversary today.
The future of the remembrance parade and Poppy Appeal in the north-east's biggest town have been thrown into turmoil because the British Legion branch is on the brink of collapse.
An historic Aberdeenshire castle will travel back in time this festive season with a war time-themed event.
A north-east World War II veteran has been awarded France's highest honour for the crucial role he played during the 1944 D-Day landings.
Communities across Aberdeenshire fell silent yesterday for the fallen of World War I.
A north-east war veteran was caught off-guard when a Russian consul appeared at his front door to honour his efforts from 70 years ago.
Bomb disposal experts descended on a secluded Moray beauty spot today to detonate an explosive which had lain undiscovered for decades.
North-east figureheads yesterday paid a touching tribute to the "unsung heroes" of our seas and the vital role they played in both world wars.
A north-east WWII veteran has celebrated his 90th birthday - and admitted he was "very lucky" to have reached the milestone age.
A charity set up in memory of three airmen brothers killed before and during World War II has announced plans to invest £4.5million at the home of its founder and create a luxury country house hotel.
War babies who came into the world at one of the north-east's most treasured mansions returned to their first home at the weekend to commemorate a very special anniversary.
Villagers in a Moray port are finalising plans for a celebration of the seafaring heroes who helped people escape from Nazi occupation during World War II.
A bomb disposal squad descended on a picturesque Moray fishing port yesterday to detonate a World War II explosive that had washed ashore.