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.
It's an organisation which provides help to hundreds of families in Aberdeen every year.
His friends and family were devastated when Aberdeen teenager Tom Smith took his own life last year.
It wasn’t so long ago that Scotland used to prove small is beautiful in rugby terms.
A Fraserburgh fishing vessel was at the centre of the frantic rescue operation that followed the sinking of the HMS Royal Oak at Scapa Flow on Orkney on October 14, 1939.
It has become a popular place to curry favour in Moray.
It's an area which is thriving in wildlife and full of natural beauty.
It was one of the most brutal acts in the history of Scotland; the depopulation of vast swathes of the Highlands.
A series of commemorative events have been held in Orkney to recall the 835 men and boys who died aboard HMS Royal Oak when it was sunk by a German u-boat 80 years ago.
There was no shortage of evidence of what Scotland could expect when they tackled Japan in their make-or-break World Cup encounter in Yokohama on Sunday.
Scotland great Rutherford questions slowness of World Cup authorities to respond to typhoon concerns
Scotland legend, John Rutherford, has backed the decision by Rugby World Cup officials to cancel games, with a typhoon poised to wreak havoc to parts of Japan this weekend.
Skye, Arran and Harris have topped a new poll on the islands which most Scots would like to explore.
One of the antique world's most renowned figures, Paul Laidlaw, is taking part in a special event at Fyvie Castle later this month.
North-east scientists tackling obesity have found that mice put on weight after consuming sugary drinks, but not after tucking into sweet food.
Olympic gold medal winner Sir Chris Hoy has helped launch a new partnership between the Scottish Association for Mental Health and Sportscotland to offer training to 400 active school coordinators.
Two Aberdeen charity members are travelling from the north-east to the Far East to raise money for a cancer support organisation.
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.
It was the version of the King James Bible which provided the derivation of the word "basketcase".
Speyside officials submit plans to transform region into world-class destination to Scottish Government
A campaign to transform Moray Speyside into a world-class destination will advance today when "crucial" plans for the region's tourist industry are submitted to the Scottish Government.
Andy Howard embarked on a long-term labour of love to depict the Cairngorms in all their glory in his new book.
He was christened Malcolm Duncan when he entered the world in Montrose in 1945.
The world has changed an awful lot since 1984 and that is especially true of life in the retail business.
It’s sometimes said you can prove anything with figures, but the Rugby World Cup has served up a string of statistics which demonstrate some alarming trends in the sport.
Over the last three years the two artists have created a unique project across Britain.
An Aberdeen theatre which beams its Hogmanay celebrations around the world has revealed this year's line-up.
As midnight approached on October 14, 1939, there was no reason for the crew of the Royal Oak to believe they were in any peril.
A prominent Kirk minister has spoken of the importance of working alongside different faiths after a unique trip to Ghana exploring Muslim-Christian relations.
Aberdeen taxi driver talks about relief from ‘nightmare’ after winning battle with Home Office to bring his wife to Scotland
A taxi driver has won a "nightmare" battle with the Home Office to bring his wife to Scotland.
Aberdeen actress Rose Leslie is among the cast in a stellar line-up for Kenneth Branagh's new film.
An autograph book featuring the signatures of more than 300 of Britain’s most figures will go under the hammer this week in aid of Poppyscotland.
He was one of the leading lights of the Impressionist movement, which transformed the art world.
Women in the north of Scotland, affected by controversial changes to the state pension age, have insisted "the fight goes on" after losing their landmark High Court case against the Government.