The brother of a woman murdered by her husband has erected a new memorial to her.
Malcolm Webster was found guilty of the murder of Claire Morris at a High Court trial in 2011.
Ms Morris died in a car fire in 1994 which Webster was found to have staged, setting the vehicle alight with his unconscious wife inside.
He later attempted to murder his second wife in New Zealand in a similar manner.
Referring to Webster's crime as 'cold-blooded, brutal and callous', judge Lord Bannatyne handed him a life sentence and said he should remain behind bars for at least 30 years.
Eighteen years after Ms Morris' death, brother Peter Morris is to replace her gravestone in Aberdeenshire.
The original marker paid tribute to a "dear wife" and used Ms Morris' married name. The new gravestone will remove the Webster name and all references to her killer from the memorial.
Mr Morris thanked Aberdeenshire Council for allowing him to erect the new gravestone after difficulties arose over Webster's ownership of the original stone.
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