She runs an international charity foundation with her husband, so Fiona Cormack is used to dealing with people across the world.
This is the face of a tenacious Aberdeen teenager whose dream to follow his soldier father onto the First World War battlefields ended in tragedy.
Ellon is a bustling, attractive town ... but one with a long history stretching back into the mists of time.
When the bells ushered in the New Year in 1901, Queen Victoria had been on the throne for so long that hardly anyone could remember a time when she wasn’t the ruling monarch of the far-flung British Empire.
It’s 75 years since a grateful British nation paused to commemorate the memory of the myriad men and women who sacrificed their lives during the Second World War.
It’s a story which highlights the poignant fashion in which so many families were torn apart during the Second World War.
The realities of life in the trenches were all too clearly highlighted during this year’s blockbuster film 1917.
All roads lead to Aberdeen’s King Street Barracks… and its haunting history at the heart of the city
Captain Beaton of the Gordon Highlanders knew very well the horrors of the Western Front.
There are some heartbreaking stories behind the victims of the 51st Highland Division's valiant last stand at St Valery in 1940.
Re Alex Orr’s letter of May 22 – my father would have been so delighted to know that the pipers are going to be playing in many places to commemorate the 80th anniversary of St Valery.
A heroic dog has been posthumously awarded a prestigious honour on a “poignant day” for the Gordon Highlanders.
A former Aberdeen coach who invented the football dugout could be honoured with a plaque at his former home.
Fallen soldiers have been remembered at an annual dinner and dance.
The outbreak of the Second World War prompted a flurry of activity from the Gordon Highlanders as they mobilised in preparation for war.
Competitors will take on the challenge running from Auchnagatt to Maud on the former railway line over a period of 12 hours.
Veterans are to march through Aberdeen to mark the anniversary of a momentous occasion in their regiment’s history.
D-Day 75th anniversary: Aberdeen soldier’s quick thinking helped ensure general’s car got on to beach
A resourceful Aberdeen driver was tasked with safely getting a military chief on to the Normandy beaches on D-Day, and used sticky tape to help his cause.
A new support service for veterans is being set up in Aberdeen to help tackle the problem of loneliness.
Teachers are being lined up to take part in a special charity event in a “haunted” building in Aberdeen.
On July 1 1916, the British Army launched one of the bloodiest, deadliest and most bitter offensives in European history.
Speaking to the Imperial War Museum, as part of its voices of the First World War series, NCO J Reid recalled the Gordon Highlanders’ cold winters in kilts.
Servicemen and women would often be away on active service for months on end with only a few days’ respite on leave at home.
An Aberdeen teenager’s determination to follow in his soldier father’s footsteps saw him enlist at the age of just 15 years old.
The first year of the war was marked by an optimism, which quickly gave way to horror at the realities of trench warfare.
A young man who is travelling the world to record the stories of Second World War combat veterans has visited the north-east.
A museum is staging an exhibition celebrating its 125th anniversary.
A museum is teaming up with one of the world’s largest antique and art auctioneers to raise funds for the future.
A man hailed as “the best Gordon Highlander of his generation” has died – less than a month after the death of his wife of 63 years.
The funeral of a Gordon Highlander has taken place – more than 100 years after his death in World War 1.
An under-threat Aberdeen museum will host a series of fundraising events in a bid to secure its future.