As 2019 draws to a close, why not squeeze in one last luxury coach trip this year with Whytes Coaches?
It's one of the most keenly anticipated literary contests in Scotland.
They're three Scots with a can-can-do attitude and they were involved in celebrating the 13oth anniversary of the Moulin Rouge.
A poignant television documentary will tell the story of an Aberdeen dance teacher who inspired scores of north-east youngsters to take to the floor.
Aberdeen’s Bon Accord Shopping Centre is getting ready for the fast-approaching festive season with the return of its popular Santa’s Grotto and Christmas light display.
There's no need to battle your way through hordes of festive shoppers to find the perfect Christmas gifts this year – just buy everyone tickets to one of P&J Live’s upcoming shows.
Christmas has arrived at Fochaber’s festive hideaway and award-winning café with the launch of its Winter Festival.
TV presenter Ant McPartlin has pleaded guilty to drink-driving.
The infamous group have come a long way since being snubbed by the people of Dingwall back in 1963 as we'll soon see them back on the big screen.
Glamis Castle, the ancestral home to the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne, childhood home of HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother and birthplace of HRH The Princess Margaret will be open to visitors throughout the Winter Season.
Susan Boyle is ready to hit the road again with a series of concerts across Scotland in 2020.
There’s one sound I hear that takes me back to my childhood in an instant - the distinctive “clanging” sound of rigging hitting masts.
Head to Peacock Visual Arts to see Show and Tell, an exhibition of works by artist Jack Davidson who graduated from Gray’s School of Art in 1981, before moving to London.
As Halloween approaches, Susan Welsh delves into some of the myths, legends and spooky tales of Scotland
Johnny Depp could face 10 years in prison for illegally taking his two dogs into Australia, government officials have warned.
Aberdeen-born rappers Shy and DRS will perform at the city’s Northern Bar tomorrow night as part of a charity fundraiser.
Fill your sails and get ready for the 2014 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Traditional Boat Festival. Thousands of visitors are expected to attend the 21st annual festival which will take place at Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, next weekend, from 27 to 29 June.
As ’Superhenge’ is unearthed, Katie Wright rounds up other magnificent monuments to marvel at, all steeped in history ...
Cheryl Livingstone speaks to Des Clarke about his return to stand-up and the Highland capital
Blink and it's gone. That's often the feeling I'm left with when visiting Aberdeen. Familiar buildings and streets are constantly being replaced, knocked down and altered, making me scratch my head and think, what used to be there? Of late, I've experienced similar feelings in Inverness. The city centre is undergoing something of a regeneration with many landmark buildings hidden behind scaffolding.
And they’re off ... this season’s Perth Racecourse’s meeting get underway next week with the first of the season taking place between Wednesday April 20 and Friday April 22.
Visitors are expected to flock to a well-loved tourist attraction after they see a major Hollywood film due to be released tomorrow.
Bring together glitz, glamour and galloping and what do you get? An unforgettable and stylish day out when you attend the annual Stobo Castle Ladies Day event at Musselburgh Racecourse.
Punk poet, comedian, movie star and presenter, John Cooper Clarke (JCC), is coming to Inverness.
Sixty years ago this week, a football match in Florence was halted when UFOs were spotted overhead. But not long after, and a lot closer to home, the sky in north-east Scotland was just as busy, raising the question – are we alone?
Craigmore Mill garden is just outside the village of Nethybridge, Speyside.
The recent fire at Glasgow School of Art struck a chord with the nation. It highlighted the importance of our artistic heritage, but also demonstrated the vibrancy that Scotland’s young artists bring to our cultural identity.
Review: Inverness Opera Company present Calamity Jane at Eden Court, Inverness
It has been a busy few weeks for the mini-army of volunteers who help run the Inverness Provincial Mod, but their efforts are about to pay off handsomely as the annual event gets under way tomorrow.
Despite having given birth to her first baby, a little daughter, just a few months ago, multi-award-winning saxophonist YolanDa Brown is on the road again, playing a show at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness, tonight.
Katie Morag, the adventurous red-haired little girl from the fictional Isle of Struay, is to come “alive” at an event to be held at Queen’s Cross Church, Aberdeen, on Saturday, November 1.
Aberdeen’s SMART unveils its latest exhibition this Saturday (21 June) with a collection of work exploring unrecorded human traces.