Aberdonians took to the streets to celebrate Hogmanay watching a spectacular fireworks display last night.
As 2018 ticks over into 2019, reviews of the year are plentiful, but not all of them will make you laugh or, occasionally, frown with bewilderment quite like the meme review.
If 2018 has left you needing your faith in humanity restored, look no further.
For people within the LGBTQ+ community, this year held a lot of moments to be proud of, from the advancement of human rights, to community members thriving, to new celebrity role models.
With many of the world’s most innovative artists using social media to showcase their work, the likes of Instagram, Twitter and Reddit were awash with creativity in 2018.
Britons sought tips online about delayed or cancelled flights more than any other consumer issue this year, and by some margin, Citizens Advice said.
The National Records of Scotland have revealed the most popular baby names for 2018.
Brexit, Russian spies, extreme weather and football mania led the news agenda in 2018.
With the world perhaps more confusing than ever in 2018, Google users were bombarding the search engine with plenty of “what is…?” questions.
The number of men taking part in solo singing competitions is at an all-time low, and steps are being taken by the organisers of the Royal National Mod to increase them.
A north-east school has secured a place in the final of a prestigious national dance competition.
Time is running out to apply for one of the most prestigious award ceremonies in the Scottish business calendar.
Saturday marked 115 years to the day since the birth of Aberdeen FC but the Scottish Cup semi-final against Motherwell will not go down as a highlight in the club’s history.
The 2018 Commonwealth Games are now well underway and the medals have begun piling up. We’ve compiled a table of the top ten medal winners so far and created a gallery of our Scottish athletes in action. Commonwealth Games 2018: Top Ten Medal Tally
Eve Muirhead will use the pain of experience to motivate her for today’s Winter Olympics bronze match against Japan.
Eve Muirhead kept ice-cool to deliver a shot that kept alive her Olympic dream – but she expects the pressure to increase.
Curling skip Kyle Smith vowed to learn lessons after finishing with one win and one defeat in PyeongChang
Great Britain men’s skip Kyle Smith vowed to learn lessons in defeat after his curling rink finished with one win and one defeat from their opening day of competition in PyeongChang.
Michael O'Neill has turned down the opportunity to replace Gordon Strachan as Scotland manager.
There are even more reasons to fly from Inverness Airport in 2018, including four new fly-direct destinations.
Returning to work after the Christmas break isn’t easy for anyone.
So, what are we going to be reading this year?
‘New year, new me’ is one of those phrases that’s thrown around everywhere among groups of friends, on social media channels and in the office too.
After a snap general election, the beginning of Brexit and Bank of England interest rates rising for the first time in 10 years, the economy saw its share of surprises in 2017.
It’s the time of year when most business around the country put everything on ice for at least a few days as bosses and the workforce take time out for a well-deserved festive season break.