A mum-of-two has died of cancer aged 43 after raising thousands for charity while fighting the illness.
It's a treasure trove of work which brings the bygone Broch back to life.
It's a cosmopolitan city with a thriving port and a diverse range of industries that, in some cases, stretch back more than 1,000 years.
It was a bold move into a brave new world; the discovery of oil in the Forties Field in the North Sea on October 7 1970.
Stewart Milne vividly remembers the impact which the discovery of the Forties Field in the North Sea had on the region when he and his generation grew up.
It was the discovery which changed everything in the north-east of Scotland and transformed the Granite City from an ancient port to the centre of a new energy revolution in Europe.
It’s a phrase which denotes an element of incredulity or astonishment.
It's a story which seems to have come straight from the pages of a John Buchan or Arthur Conan Doyle novel.
I have been lucky enough to see many memorable moments of sport that have made history; some because of the icons that were involved, some because of records being broken and some because of the cultural significance.
Jim Leighton can remember the struggle he faced after being discarded from the first team at Manchester United 30 years ago.
My visit to Australia for the Sydney Olympics in 2000 started inauspiciously with the sort of journey which makes you long for the creation of a real-life transporter beam as used in Star Trek.
Gothenburg Great Jim Leighton has revealed how he has been battling cancer for the last 18 months.
Skye was the setting for a visit from one of the most famous authors in the history of literature 90 years ago this summer.
It was a case which provoked controversy, a wrongful verdict and a death sentence, which was later commuted, though not before an innocent man had served nearly 20 years behind bars.
A 50-tonne granite roll which was an integral part of paper-making history in the north-east has made its final journey to a heritage centre.
It was one of the most famous paper mills in the whole of Scotland.
It’s a story which highlights the poignant fashion in which so many families were torn apart during the Second World War.
She is somebody who has witnessed the worst of human behaviour and investigated the casualties of genocide in Kosovo, ethnic cleansing in Iraq and natural disaster in Thailand.
It’s a poignant photograph which has lain undiscovered in an envelope in an Aberdeen cupboard, dating all the way back to the Victorian era.
It was one of the worst setbacks for the Allies during the Second World War and had a grievous impact on thousands of young men from the north and north-east of Scotland.
He was one of Scotland's most prolific and successful writers.
The accent twinkles just as much as you might expect from one of Scotland’s most distinguished actors.
He’s the actor who earned global fame for bringing Fox Mulder to life in The X-Files.
There has never been any shortage of pioneering spirit and entrepreneurial flair in Scotland’s DNA.
It’s the north-east sports club which has produced a conveyor belt of internationalists and professional footballers.
Dr John Hern loved medicine, teaching, farming and walking amid the beautiful surroundings of Bennachie and the Mither Tap.
Scots have blazed a trail in many different areas, from commerce and the military, to arts, engineering and sport throughout history.
It was one of the first occasions when many of us started delving into the minutiae of Olympic rowing.
The bubbly might have gone a bit flat for Aberdeen fans after the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson to Manchester United in 1986.
The realities of life in the trenches were all too clearly highlighted during this year’s blockbuster film 1917.