A Kirriemuir service set the scene for the weekend of Angus remembrance.
Hundreds of people lined the streets of Dundee on Sunday to pay respect to all those who gave their lives in conflict.
A hero’s granddaughter made the poignant pilgrimage to Angus for a sombre seaside service in his honour ahead of the main Armistice Day commemorations.
How a Fife naval officer shortened the First World War by hours after defying his Prime Minister at the Armistice
With the 100th anniversary of the First World War Armistice upon us, Michael Alexander hears the remarkable story of a Fife naval officer - instrumental in its signing - who shortened the war by several hours after defying the orders of his Prime Minister.
Remembrance, inexorably linked with the annual commemoration of Armistice and the red Flanders poppy, is still an integral part of our national character. Poignant sentiments expressed in November 1918 are, for so many, similarly relevant today.
The X Factor has invited war veterans to Sunday’s show to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
A County Remembers is to be the theme of a First World War commemorative event to be held on the eve of Armistice in Angus.
As the centenary of Armistice Day 1918 approaches, we will take a look over the next week at real-life accounts of some of the soldiers who gave their all in the First World War, recorded in The Courier’s special commemorative book The Scottish Soldier’s Story.
Popular children's author David MacPhail tells Caroline Lindsay about working with his writer mother on a poignant book for the Armistice
Angus culture chiefs say sorry for ‘miscommunication’ after poppy appeal boxes were rejected at library and museum
Angus culture chiefs have apologised over a poppy appeal furore which veterans had feared would see collection boxes banned from Forfar facilities in the lead up to the Armistice centenary commemorations.