So you're a student headed to Aberdeen this month, welcome!
Old pictures of a town can say a lot about the community that live there.
The average Brit files away 3,440 calories every day – that’s nearly 10,000 more calories a week than we need and it takes just 3,500 to put on just one pound.
The Singing Kettle are retiring, so here’s a look back at 11 of their best songs you almost certainly know already
A tear was shed by thousands yesterday as The Singing Kettle announced that it would perform for the final time at Aberdeen Music Hall in February.
There are some events in this world that just make you think 'only in the Highlands and islands'.
Rowies have been around long before many us were even born, and if you've never eaten one, you shouldn't consider yourself to be from the north east. Fact.
If the past week has taught us anything, it's that not one of us can avoid being nominated to take part in the viral Ice Bucket Challenge.
Over the years Inverness has undergone a few changes...
Tucked away on the wet west coast, Oban is a place on many's destination list when visiting Scotland.
They just don't make them like they used to: A common saying among those looking back on things from their youth.
In the past decade, pensions have evolved at a fast pace in terms of the rules that apply to them and the plans that are available in the market place.
Many of the place names in the north-east of Scotland have more to them than meets the eyes.
While words at times can be hard hitting as they stick with those on their receiving end, photographs sometimes tell a story more effectively - which is certainly the case for depicting Aberdeen's changes over the last few decades. From the development of Queens Links and the continual changes on Union Street, the city is no stranger to innovation.
The pub scene in Inverness is a little different to how it was 10 years ago.
Peterhead may be one of the lesser known towns in Scotland, but it certainly has a few unique selling points that other places don't.
From jet-setters looking for business meetings with a twist and holidays with a difference to wedding parties and deluxe birthday treats.
With cold, wet weather in dominant force for most of the year, Scotland isn't a country that's synonymous with beaches.
While everyone outside of Inverness spent their youth searching for Nessie, those growing up in the heart of the town had other priorities.
Today the Press and Journal revealed you could buy a private Island off the coast of Orkney complete with cottage ruins and 27 acres for pasture and grazing purposes.
Here are 14 Aberdeen childhood favourites that anyone growing up in the early 90s is guaranteed to have done at some point in their youth.
Food from the north-east of Scotland probably isn't the healthiest out there... infact you can pretty much guarantee any dietician taking one look at our favourite snacks would go into meltdown.
Aberdeen head out to Riga, the capital of Latvia, on Wednesday for their second match against Daugava Riga.
It's 2014 in Aberdeen and times have changed - last time you were out it was 2004. Your hopes of reliving your mis-spent youth on a night out in Ministry have been dashed. No one told you it had changed to Pearl Lounge!