The nation fell silent to honour those who died in war.
A mysterious statue that was the talk of Arbroath before vanishing is to make a comeback at a fundraiser.
Shoppers in Arbroath are delighted by the reappearance of a mysterious statue that enthralled onlookers this summer.
Fife fell silent as communities gathered together to honour and remember the men and women whose lives were lost or changed forever during the First World War.
The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 awakens special emotions.
How a First World War family tragedy led to the gifting of Kirkcaldy Galleries and war memorial to the town
As the nation reflects on the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War on November 11 1918, prominent businessman Sir Michael Nairn tells Michael Alexander about the family tragedy that directly led to the gifting of Kirkcaldy Galleries and war memorial to the town.
A Perthshire church will mark this weekend’s Armistice Day with a poignant display of around 4,000 poppies.
The story of how war touched the lives of local people is being told in a new exhibition.
Cupar’s war dead will be honoured by the town’s youth organisations when a poignant ceremony is held ahead of the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day.
Dundee singer-songwriter Ricky Ross has composed a song inspired by the symbolic figure of the Unknown Warrior for Armistice Day.