As the winter sun shone over Elgin town centre this morning, residents gathered to honour the courageous soldiers who risk and sacrifice their lives for our freedom.
An Aberdeen University student has stumbled across a historic piece of war memorabilia.
Beaches across the north became canvases yesterday in a special commemoration for Scottish heroes who died in the First World War.
Thousands of people from around Moray remembered the fallen as they flocked to services to commemorate Armistice Day in towns throughout the region.
There was a haunting atmosphere at the Gordon Highlanders Museum in Aberdeen this week.
Highland Council has graciously stepped in to ensure a tradition spanning more than 30 years in remembering north war heroes is to continue.
There was a huge amount of upheaval at the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, with few left untouched.
It is rich in military tradition and history.
A national memorial to horses, mules and donkeys killed in battle is almost ready to head from the Highlands to its Berkshire home.
A Peterhead woman has hailed “amazing” response to her appeal for knitters to join her bid to create a unique World War I commemoration.
Military wives from across the north are to pay tribute to their predecessors from World War I when they record an album to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the conflict.
A whisky company has reproduced the blended malts of distilleries lost due to the heavy death toll of the First World War.
The iconic ceramic poppies travelling the UK as part of the World War I centenary commemorations could come to Aberdeen if a bid to host an exhibition is successful.
Commemorations have been held across Scotland to mark Armistice Day.
This festive season marks the centenary of World War I's Christmas Truce.
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.
Buckie library will be hosting a World War I open day at the weekend.
Pupils across Aberdeenshire now have the opportunity to learn about the impact of World War I on their north-east homes, thanks to a major new online resource.
Generations of north-east residents gathered together at memorials across the region yesterday to remember the men and women who have fallen in service of their country.
A veterans' charity is urging north-east primary school pupils to start researching their community's involvement in World War I.
A war hero has been honoured in Fraserburgh on the 100th anniversary of his daring feat of bravery during the First World War.
A north-east artist is auctioning off a portrait of the First World War to raise money for the Poppy Appeal.
Panic took over the moment I stepped inside the dark tunnel. My feet were instantly soaked and although I wanted to run as fast as I could through it, my body was frozen in fear.
In September 1916, a young Scottish soldier wrote in his pay book: "In the event of my death I will leave the whole of my property to my mother".