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Youngsters in Aberdeen are being given the chance to add items to a time capsule as part of the city's science centre revamp.
Award-winning artists, makers and designers are opening their studio doors to the public this weekend.
It's one of the most keenly anticipated literary contests in Scotland.
Cannes Short Film Festival has screened a poignant new work about one of Scotland's worst maritime tragedies.
A young Aberdeen musician is among the contenders for a prestigious music prize.
They were one of the biggest pop acts of the 1970s, a group who orchestrated hits and hysteria wherever they ventured.
It’s 50 years ago this week since the death of the man who brought Oor Wullie and The Broons to life
He was the modest man who breathed life into such unforgettable characters as Oor Wullie, The Broons and Desperate Dan.
One of the exhibitors at this month’s Aberdeen Art Fair, which is returning to the recently-refurbished Music Hall after a four-year absence, is still working on some of her Aberdeenshire landscapes for the annual event.
One of Scotland's foremost historians once made a promise to his aunt Margaret at the end of her life that he would write a little island's story and his family's part in it.
She was the north-east woman who murdered a king.
Human nature, determination and endeavour will be the themes of a book festival taking place in the Western Isles later this year.
An tour exhibiting award-winning photographs of wildlife and scenery will come to Moray next week.
More than a decade ago, an Elgin man set out to document his experiences working as a crime reporter in South Africa.
Portraits, sculptures and artefacts telling the story of the relationship between Britain, Russia and their royals have gone on display in a new exhibition.
Aspiring artists in Moray have taken centre stage a major new showcase of their work from the past academic year.
Political journalist and broadcaster John Sergeant will headline the 16th Nairn Book and Arts Festival (NBAF).
Three newly-discovered works by the renowned artist, John Constable, are going up for auction next month.
A west coast artist has published a book on his experiences after he became lost in the Far East.
Going Dark in the Black Isle: Neil Lancaster talks about his new book and tracking down Levi Bellfield
Neil Lancaster chased murderers, human traffickers, fraudsters and drug dealers during more than 30 years of his life in the Metropolitan Police and the military.
Paintings and tapestries from a much-loved Speyside artist who died last year have gone on display.
Art activists in Moray have launched an ambitious project to capture the range of voluntary work carried out in communities for a photography gallery.
One Saturday night during the Great War, a youngster called Jimmy Scott and a friend bought some bottles of “porter ale” in the Aberdeenshire village of Methlick.
Free kids craft clubs in the north and north-east that should keep your little ones entertained this Easter
With schools about to break for the Easter holidays, Hobbycraft Stores are running a series of in-store workshops that should keep little ones entertained.
Images of a red squirrel peeking between two branches in a Moray forest and a curlew with a crab clamped in its beak at a Highlands loch have won top photography awards.
Neil Drysdale finds a small army of volunteers at the ready to ensure the Gordon Highlanders story gains widespread public exposure.
Art has always been a part of Jennifer Mackenzie’s life.
Dreaming of starting your own business? Look to your hobbies first.
Peter May's career has encompassed everything from journalism to creating soap operas, and rock 'n' roll to researching autism.
Yes you read that right - a lobster telephone is to go on display at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art this week.
A famed anthropologist, who has investigated everything from ancient burials to modern acts of genocide, has won the coveted Saltire Book Award.
A unique tapestry created by north-east women’s institute members in the 1940s has been discovered nearly a decade after it went missing.
A book about one man’s experiences in the First World War is quickly becoming a resource for people across the world who want to understand more about an elite army unit.