Load mobile navigation
UK & World News
Business & Consumer
Science & Technology
News By Area
Premier Sports Cup
Scotland Football Team
English Premier League
TV & Celebs
TV & Radio News
Life & Style
In Your Area
Buy a Paper
Advertise With Us
In Your Area
Work for us
Got A Story?
Book an Ad
Beauty Box Subscription
Buy a Photo
How to Complain
Corrections & Clarifications
Sunday Mail Centenary Fund
Paper Subscription to the Daily Record and Sunday Mail
Paper Subscription to the Paisley Daily Express
Syndication & Licensing
Terms and Conditions
Notifications and alerts help
© 2023 Scottish Daily Record and Sunday Mail Ltd
World War 1
20:50, 20 NOV 2023
Albion Rovers honour wartime heroes with remembrance garden
The club unveiled a remembrance garden honouring eight former players in a poignant ceremony on Armistice Day.
Pilot Ellie looking forward to historic flight in plane built by pensioners
World War 1
Young pilot Ellie Carter to become the first woman to fly the historic Sopwith Strutter
Ayrshire's 'poppy woman' smashes fundraising goal, raising thousands for Poppyscotland
Valerie McFarlane has coined in thousands for a charity close to her heart.
Rutherglen Glencairn youth team spurred to victory after paying respects at local Cenotaph
The 2006 team demolished Gleniffer Thistle after visiting the Chapel Street Cenotaph.
New name added to Dumfries' Maxwelltown War Memorial
A special dedication service honoured munitions teenager Christina Stevenson Carrol Caldow who died at the age of 18 in 1915
New war memorial unveiled at Girvan day service by 99-year-old resident
World War 1
The unveiling ceremony is part of a week long programme of remembrance events at Nursery Court Day Services.
Remembrance events to take place across Rutherglen and Cambuslang this weekend
All those who lost their lives in both World Wars and other conflicts around the world will be honoured at the services.
Remembrance Day events set to take place across Renfrewshire – here's when and where
A number of memorial events are set to be held across Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire to mark Remembrance Sunday.
Name of Dumfries munitions girl to be added to war memorial
Thursday's dedication will acknowledge the World War One efforts of Christina Stevenson Carrol Caldow
Stirling soldier finally laid to rest with full honours - more than century on from his death
He was killed in a battle in Belgium in 1918 and was buried alongside two unknown members of his regiment.
Israel at war after Nostradamus predicted 'great war' and 'evil doing' in 2023
Hamas military commander Mohammad Deif issued a rally cry to Palestinians on social media.
Scots WWI soldiers' graves finally marked with headstones over 100 years after they were killed
World War 1
Second Lieutenant Reginald Russell Boyd and Private Frederick Little were just 20 and 19 years old when they were killed during The Great War.
Dumfriesshire World War One soldier finally has his name on a headstone
Private Frederick Little died on the Western Front during World War One but his resting place was “lost in the fog of war”
Brave animals who served our nation in conflict recognised on Purple Poppy Day
The ASA Scotland Forces Charity hold the Purple Poppy Campaign on August 23 each year
'I managed to get Taylor Swift Eras tickets - my tips will help you secure them'
Tickets to gigs as big as the likes of Taylor Swift, Beyonce and Harry Styles are notoriously difficult to secure - here's how I got them all.
Perth's Black Watch Museum sees Hauntings soldier statue winched into place
A scrap metal work of art to help concentrate minds on the sacrifices of the First World War was carefully installed at Perth's Black Watch Castle and Museum ahead of a summer of being a major visitor attraction for the city.
Dumfriesshire-born World War One soldier set to receive full military funeral
Relatives of Sergeant Richard Musgrave will be travelling to Loos British Cemetery in France for the ceremony
Paisley Abbey monument to reach centenary milestone this week
The Cross of Sacrifice has towered over the cloister gardens for 100 years now.
Inside abandoned Scots hospital with creepy dolls in prams and 'levitating' nurse uniform
A photographer who visited the site of an abandoned Scottish tuberculosis sanatorium and mental hospital has shared "creepy" images from the trip that have left others spooked.
Man, 109, 'laughs' at traditional exercises as he reveals secret to a long life
Vincent Dransfield, who was born in March, 1914, spent more than 80 years volunteering with his local fire department before retiring in his 70s.
People just discovering what Tesco stands for as name dates back 100 years
Some may be surprised to learn that the name originates from a 1923 tea shipment.
Royal seal of approval as Ayrshire sculptor meets with HRH Princess Royal to unveil memorial statue
John McKenna's ‘The Sentry’ sculpture pays tribute to the men who served in the Worcestershire Regiment.
Historic moment when Dumfries' women found their voices explored in new exhibition
The Women of Dumfries: Art, Suffrage, Temperance and War exhibition has been launched at Dumfries Museum
'Mindless' vandals blamed after Perth museum’s replica World War One trench 'almost destroyed' in blaze
Local councillor Andy Chan attempted to put out the flames on the grounds of the Black Watch Castle and Museum
You can find this story in
Or by navigating to the user icon in the top right.