Coronation Street star Antony Cotton says he has heard “jaw-dropping stories” of bravery as part of his role as an ambassador for a military charity.
First World War
Broadcaster Dan Snow has said it is important to keep the memory of the First World War alive because it is an “enormous warning”.
A cornet played on the Western Front during the First World War will sound Last Post in Dundee on Remembrance Day this year.
Poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy has penned a poem to mark the centenary of Armistice Day.
The Duke of Cambridge joined hundreds across the country watching the world premiere of director Sir Peter Jackson’s First World War documentary.
War memorials dedicated to a school’s fallen alumni are to be restored and relocated to preserve them for future generations.
Dundonians are being asked to share their family connections to the First World War for a national project celebrating the 100th anniversary of the conflict.
Melinda Messenger has urged people to support veterans talking part in a walk to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War.
Peter Jackson’s new First World War film, comprised of restored archive footage that has been colourised, will get its world premiere during the BFI London Film Festival.
City Square played host to the launch of a movement to say “thank you” to those who served during the First World War.
The first ever bid to excavate a First World War training trench in the Republic of Ireland is under way.
A 91-year-old war hero has shared the remarkable story of his survival after his ship was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine.
A 93-year-old D-Day veteran has hit out at Dundee City Council after being told that “waist-high” grass at a cemetery containing war graves will be left uncut to “enhance the biodiversity”.
The family of a fallen Dundonian First World War tunneller are set to visit his grave exactly 100 years after he died.
Chatting to Charlie Lorimer is like taking a rare peek into a long-gone world.
Lord Of The Rings filmmaker Peter Jackson has created a 3D film about the First World War, “bringing to life” the “human experience” of the conflict.
Lord Of The Rings filmmaker Peter Jackson has created a 3D film about the First World War.
Can you help? Dundee police chief in bid to find out more about local officers who died in world wars
A top city policeman is looking for information about officers named on the Dundee Police War Memorial as part of a new remembrance project.
A Tayside woman was marched off a Ryanair flight by armed police after she refused to put her bagpipes in the aircraft’s hold.
Historian Dan Snow leads a major debate in Portsmouth next month — “Did the 1916 Battle of Jutland win the First World War?”