Aberdeen's Lord Provost has appealed for musicians and residents to take part in commemorations for the 80th anniversary of the "other Dunkirk" - the Battle of St Valery-en-Caux.
A leading armed forces charity is appealing for building owners across the north-east to take part in a Remembrance campaign.
Three north-east schools will be given an award to recognise their understanding of the impact of the First World War on Scotland.
A top military band is to perform in Aberdeen as part of a fundraising tour.
A new scheme to help veterans in Aberdeen is to be launched.
People across the north-east are being encouraged to take part in a space hopper challenge in aid of ex-service personnel.
Two north-east school pupils have won a national competition based on the First World War.
A call has been made for more volunteers in the north-east to help support older veterans.
A charity has launched a bid to get north-east residents to support veterans with hearing problems.
A leading veterans’ charity is on the hunt for ex-forces personnel from across the north-east to share their stories for a new project.
An iconic Aberdeen sculpture has lit up red to commemorate the centenary of the First World War Armistice.
Each cross will be adorned with the name of a former pupil or staff member who died during the conflict, taken from the school’s roll of honour, with the donor’s name on the back.
A north-east community group has knitted more than 7,500 Remembrance poppies.
A group of bikers have taken part in a north-east wreath-laying ceremony as part of an effort to raise £60,000 for Poppyscotland.
Bikers are set to visit the north-east next month, to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War.
An MSP is urging people to volunteer in the north-east for a new service supporting older veterans who are experiencing hearing loss or tinnitus.
Specially-branded trains are set to roll into Aberdeen this week.