Youngsters will delve into Moray's ancient past when Elgin Museum launches a celebration of the region's numerous archaeological wonders.
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A whole host of cool activities are going on at Highland mountains today as Ski Scotland holds its annual Snow Fest.
It was described by Sir Winston Churchill as "the worst journey in the world".
Aberdeen City Council is on the lookout for people to help make a three-day festival dedicated to the history of the north-east a success.
Mums and daughters are being invited to sign-up on Mother's Day - this Sunday - for charity fun-run events planned for Inverness in May.
Extra tickets have been released for a hotly-anticipated gathering of superheroes and villains in Inverness.
A new cultural festival celebrating Scotland and Glasgow is to run alongside the staging of next year's inaugural 2018 European Championships.
Add lots of flavour to your weekend by visiting the Taste of Angus Festival.
Martin Hutchinson chats to Mike from Mike + The Mechanics’.
It may be four months away but excitement is already building for this year’s Hebridean Celtic Festival.
Natasha Mckim finds out the great inspirations of jazz musician Curtis Stigers.
TV chef Prue Leith has been confirmed as the new judge alongside Paul Hollywood on Channel 4’s The Great British Bake Off.
Paul O'Grady has been confirmed as the host of Blind Date when it returns later this year.
James Corden has hinted that he could bring his US chat show to the UK.
Natasha Mckim finds out why comedian David carries around an old keyboard.
Lorraine Taylor graduated in 2002 from RGU Gray’s School of Art. She has a studio at Wasps, Langstane Place, Aberdeen, and is currently exhibiting at Newave Gallery on Castlegate in Aberdeen as part of Stuffed Gallery, which is on until March 14.
Little Mix have been honoured at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, where Kevin Hart, John Cena and Demi Lovato were soaked in the show's trademark green slime.
VisitScotland has scoured the country to bring Your Weekend readers news of the latest events and exhibitions taking place in Scotland over the next few weeks.
Kevin Kennedy is best known for playing Curly Watts in Coronation Street, but is taking to the stage in Aberdeen as Jimmy’s Da in The Commitments.
British Science Week is the UK’s annual celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths, led by the British Science Association.
Natasha Mckim checks up on the rehearsals for Spamalot, a musical where health and safety cancels witch burnings.
Natasha Mckim hears about an Aberdeen society who are warming up their vocal chords.
See the world through the eyes of a modern-day risk-taking explorer and you’ll see it in a new light.
James Mackenzie is one of the five members of Breabach, a Scottish contemporary folk group. Along with Calum MacCrimmond, Ewan Robertson, Megan Henderson and James Lindsay, Mr Mackenzie has picked up accolades in the folk world for their music.
Expect jaw-dropping performances from one of Scotland’s most modest musical stars.
A high-flying accountant caused chaos at the Oscars after handing Warren Beatty an envelope from the wrong pile, a boss at the firm responsible for the ballot has said.
The National Museum of Scotland overtook Edinburgh Castle as the most popular visitor attraction in Scotland last year, new figures have revealed.
A highland games in Moray is going back to its roots and celebrating the event's expansion to two days.
Matt Monro is on a 30th anniversary with an unforgettable show. He will be at Eden Court in Inverness on Tuesday, February 28.
Over the next few days, weeks and months, Caithness big game hunter Guy Wallace expects to become a much-despised figure of hate, yet joked: “You’ll probably be reading my obituary next week.”
Natasha Mckim talks to two of the artists involved in a new exhibition at Rendezvous.
Everyone knows the name Robert Burns, but an Independent Aberdeen record company has put its own spin on his songs.