The late Hamish Henderson will be honoured in the Scottish Parliament next week with a debate and a reception recognising him as one of the “most brilliant Scots of his age”.
Decisions, decisions, eh!
John Campbell Brown, who has died suddenly aged 72, was one of the many people whose interest in astronomy was piqued by tuning in to the grainy TV pictures of Patrick Moore on The Sky at Night.
They've already gained the reputation of being one of Scotland's funkiest groups.
He was christened Malcolm Duncan when he entered the world in Montrose in 1945.
It's the birthplace of one of Scotland's greatest explorers.
During the Cold War that once appeared to threaten the world with destruction, a windswept radar station played a key role in keeping the UK safe.
Gordonians were on the sunny side of the street last season while they blazed to title success and promotion.
A major expedition is being planned next year to commemorate the exploits of one of Scotland’s greatest explorers,
John Dunn recalls the time when he used to work as a marine scientist on the SS Explorer, travelling from Aberdeen into the frozen wilderness of the Arctic Circle.
One of Aberdeen University's former scientific luminaries is at the heart of a new photography exhibition in Edinburgh.
A north-east geologist has been honoured for more than four decades of work in China.
Ailish Sinclair admits she knew little about the extent of the witchcraft trials across Scotland in the 16th and 17th century until she started investigating the subject in Aberdeen.
Hamish Stuart has a sneaking suspicion that his links to Aberdeen might be closer than listed on his birth certificate.
Jamie Crawford has enjoyed the high life more than most Scots.
It has become a popular place to curry favour in Moray.
Shetland Amenity Trust, the organisers of the annual Shetland Boat Week, has announced that the Far Haaf will make a special appearance at this year’s event next month.
Sometimes, it’s the little things that make the biggest difference. This reality was rubbed home with a vengeance while watching Scotland and Ireland square up to South Africa and New Zealand respectively.
In the words of the language which she has helped champion for many years, Sheena Blackhall is a gallus quine.
It's one of the most keenly anticipated literary contests in Scotland.
There has never been a time when Kirsty Deans wasn’t in love with sport, from the days when she dragged her father, Kenny and sister, Lindsay, out for games at their Kingussie home.
Organisers of a new Doric competition are preparing to reveal the winners at a special awards ceremony next month.
A man has published the final piece of a 20-year project chronicling the memories and experiences of people from across the north-east.
An Aberdeen society had no idea about the treasure trove in their possession after being gifted a collection of plastic boxes, packed with press cuttings, photographs and handwritten documents.
It is a throwback to the days when Aberdeen FC weren't just a force in Scottish football, but a club to be reckoned with all across Europe.
He has been nicknamed 'The Man with the Golden Voice' and there won't be many music aficionados who haven't heard Paul Carrack bring a lyric to life.
There was never any danger of Archie MacEachern feeling indifferent about lighthouses - he was born in one and spent the rest of his life helping those in peril on the sea.
Long after victory in Europe had been celebrated, thousands of servicemen languished in captivity in the Far East.
Jim Leighton has spoken of his delight after his involvement with two other Gothenburg Greats at a charity dinner raised nearly £30,000 for Sue Ryder Dee View Court.
She was the north-east woman who murdered a king.
It has become one of the most illuminating beacons in Aberdeen's arts calendar.
A row has erupted after an SNP leaflet in Aberdeen used the official NHS Grampian logo next to the words "not for sale".