Parts of the Roman Empire’s most north-western frontier were originally painted in vibrant reds and yellows, new research has revealed.
The R&A and St Andrews Links Trust have defended a controversial decision to rename the world's oldest golf shop.
Bomber Command veterans from around the globe have gathered to officially open a centre to honour the crews which helped turn the tide of the Second World War.
This year marks a century since the horror of the First World War finally ended.
A spirit of lawless disobedience greeted missionaries from Dundee who dared to preach the Gospel in Perth.
A centuries-old poem which has been decoded by a Perthshire scholar has revealed how 17th century Londoners coped during snow days - they had snowball fights and went to the pub.
A descendent of Old Tom Morris has described as an "insult" the decision to rebrand a shop named after the St Andrews golfing legend.
Whenever Brian King is in Dundee he always takes a look at the Old Steeple in the Overgate. This fine kirk is Scotland’s oldest surviving medieval church tower and Brian loves it for its historic interest and sheer longevity.
A painting gifted to the University of Aberdeen more than 150 years ago has been found to be the work of Italian artist Canaletto, valued at £2 million.
One of Dundee’s early taxi drivers finally snapped when he caught a boy dragging his tackety boots down his polished paintwork.