The number of people aged over 90 has risen slightly, but fewer are living to 100 or beyond, figures suggest.
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One Saturday night during the Great War, a youngster called Jimmy Scott and a friend bought some bottles of “porter ale” in the Aberdeenshire village of Methlick.
A new bench was unveiled in a Moray town to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day.
It was a time of revolution when John Maclean was released from Peterhead prison for sedition against the state 100 years ago.
Army Cadets from Ardersier have represented the Highlands and Islands as part of a First World War research project that was presented in Edinburgh.
A sculpture in tribute to those killed during World War I was unveiled in Portlethen yesterday.
Dozens of Gordon Highlanders will march through a Belgian town next week to remember those killed in the First World War.
A Highland church will tonight pay a moving tribute to 23 local soldiers who perished in the First World War.
Bagpipers across the globe will play to honour the fallen at this year’s Armistice commemoration.
A poignant statue commemorating a century since the end of the First World War has been unveiled in an Aberdeenshire town.
From Sassoon and Owen to Thomas and Rosenberg, the work of wartime poets is widely recognised as some of the most powerful poetry in existence.
Diaries penned by a north-east soldier, which offer a fascinating insight into the First World War, have been rescued from a skip and put on public display.
Food banks have become an increasingly common part of life in modern Britain.
Veterans’ Minister Graeme Day made a poignant visit to an Aberdeen yesterday as he reflected on his own family’s service in past conflicts.
It is rich in military tradition and history.
Ullapool High School has been awarded £15,000 to fund a project commemorating the fallen Lochbroom soldiers of the First World War.
The descendants of a Moray soldier who was killed in World War I have been traced more than 100 years after his death.
Today at 11am the world will go silent to remember those who sacrificed their own lives to fight for those of their friends, families and every other member of society
The name of a World War I hero who won Britain's highest military honour will be added to the memorial in his home village this weekend - 100 years after he was killed in action.
A long-forgotten letter from the trenches has shed new light on a Great War hero.
The stage adaptation of a best-selling book will visit Aberdeen's His Majesty's Theatre next month.
A special ceremony marking 100 years since the outbreak of World War I was held in Aberdeen yesterday as a series of commemorative benches were installed throughout the city.
A veterans' charity is urging north-east primary school pupils to start researching their community's involvement in World War I.
The tragic story of a Scottish island headmaster who saw nearly 150 of his pupils go to war never to return alive is being turned into a play.
Moray residents with links to World War I are being asked to take part in a special commemorative event in Edinburgh.