A heroic dog has been posthumously awarded a prestigious honour on a “poignant day” for the Gordon Highlanders.
A “loyal and courageous” dog that comforted captured Scottish soldiers in Thailand during the Second World War has been honoured by a veterinary charity.
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.
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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.
Plans have been lodged to create a replica World War 1 trench at The Gordon Highlanders Museum in an effort to bring in more visitors.
Almost 900 war veterans descended on the North-east for the Gordon Highlanders’ last major parade.
An Aberdeen museum has acquired a rare medal and letter awarded to a World War 1 hero.
North-east soldiers marched 145 miles through the night under constant shell fire, as part of the retreat to Dunkirk harbour.
Aberdeen City Council will investigate if it can provide financial support to help keep a well-known museum open.
A regimental museum is launching a £300,000 fundraiser in an effort to secure its future.
Pupils from two schools in the North-east attended a ceremony in France to commemorate a significant battle in World War 1.
An Aberdeen museum which tracks the history of the North-east's most cherished military units is preparing to mark its 20th anniversary.
He was a baker who joined the Gordon Highlanders after World War 1 broke out.