Marine exhibits from Aberdeen museum collections have been showcased to mark national seafarers week.
Work is taking place behind the scenes at Aberdeen Art Gallery as staff prepare the prestigious venue to welcome back visitors later this summer.
This pine sculpture of a woman in a blue dress with a garland of flowers in her hair is the figurehead from a ship named the Star of Tasmania.
Calling all pirates and sailors, this week’s Aberdonian takes a look back at the Maritime Museum from 1984-1996. We’ve picked some of the best images from our archives from over the years looking at people and displays from over the years, some of which still stand today. Click below to view the full gallery:
College students walked down the catwalk in a fashion show inspired by the north-east’s maritime heritage.
More than £7 million has been set aside to carry out repairs to 64 council buildings across the city as part of an overall £27 million three-year programme.
A lunchtime talk looking into the aftermath of WW1 in the north-east is set to take place.
A statue paying tribute to Aberdeen’s fishing heritage will be unveiled next week.
A conservation charity has launched its dolphin watching scheme in Aberdeen for the new season.
Son of fisherman lost at sea brands statue plan ‘an insult’ as it appears to be wearing a cowboy hat and tight jeans
The son of a North-east fisherman lost at sea has hit out at “insulting” plans for a memorial to honour those who worked and died in the industry.
Burial traditions, mourning, and superstition in Victorian times are the focus of a new exhibition opening in Aberdeen this weekend.
THE Granite City has won a top travel accolade from a tourist review organisation for its attractions.