An Aberdeen museum has commemorated the centenary of the end of the First World War by recreating a part of what soldiers endured.
A stretch of north-east road is to close for the next two weekends while resurfacing work is done as part of the AWPR project.
In the second year of the war, six north-east fishermen found themselves suddenly entangled in the conflict after being captured by the German military.
As the war raged on at the Western Front, back in Aberdeen a plan to create the first work camp for those men who chose not to fight was put in place.
On July 1 1916, the British Army launched one of the bloodiest, deadliest and most bitter offensives in European history.
The Battle of Loos marked a major turning point in the war – and saw Scottish battalions suffer some of their most devastating losses.
Of all the poets to emerge from the First World War, none are more iconic than Wilfred Owen, who died on November 4, 100 years ago.
Of all the north-east families that signed up, few were better known than the Findlaters.
At the outbreak of the war north-east men signed up in droves to play their part, blissfully unaware of how deadly and protracted the conflict would become.
A new archaeology dig has launched in the north-east.
Aberdeen-born poet Charles Hamilton Sorley is considered one of the most influential poets of the First World War.
New images taken inside the new multi-million-pound Aberdeen exhibition centre show the facility nearing completion.
The first year of the war was marked by an optimism, which quickly gave way to horror at the realities of trench warfare.
Three cars have crashed on the A90 this morning.
Renowned Scottish author Christopher Brookmyre will deliver a talk in a north-east town as part of Book Week Scotland.
Plans to grit almost half of Aberdeen’s roads before 7.30am as part of winter preparations have been announced by council chiefs.
A councillor has called the closure of a busy north-east bridge, which will force drivers on a lengthy detour, “unfortunate but necessary”.
An airline is to introduce a new morning flight from Durham to Aberdeen.
Bram Stoker’s wife Florence penned the instructions for “Dracula Salad” and they were published in a pamphlet to raise money to renovate Cruden Parish Church.
A midwife unit has reopened after being forced to close for five months due to staff shortages.
An Aberdeen community centre’s mission to transform a former tennis court has received a big cash boost.
An Aberdeen shopping centre has awarded a disabilities charity a £5,000 bursary.
A section of the A90 is to shut for up to an hour as part of planned roadworks.
Two cars have crashed on a north-east road.
With snow expected to fall across the north-east tonight, councils have announced that gritters will take to the streets to combat the icy conditions.
A rare silver spoon made by a north-east silversmith more than 300 years ago is to go up for auction.
A cornsnake who shares his name with a 90s icon is searching for his forever home.
An Aberdeen road has reopened after a livestock lorry overturned following a one-vehicle crash.
Two vehicles have crashed at an Aberdeen roundabout.
Smoking or being overweight during pregnancy causes ‘worrying changes’ to unborn babies, according to research from an Aberdeen university.