Libraries in Aberdeen will commemorate a national celebration of books with a series of talks from authors.
Aberdeen Central Library
Local legends steeped into the fabric of the north-east will be used to form a folklore project aimed at inspiring a new generation of students.
Staff at a north-east library believe they are experiencing an unusual trend, with the recent returns of books borrowed decades ago and a CD mysteriously dropped in a postbox on the West Coast.
Staff at a north-east library were confused by the sudden upsurge in demand for a decades-old novel - before realising its popularity was due to the recommendation of a Scottish comedy legend.
A new home has been found for The Press and Journal archives at the city library.
Craiginches Prison was one of Aberdeen's most imposing buildings for more than 100 years.
World-record-breaking Scottish cyclist Graeme Obree has backed the idea of a new cycling event being created in and around the North Coast 500 in the Highlands.
Scottish cycling legend, Graeme Obree, is coming to Aberdeen to host a special evening to entertain his fans.
A free talk by author and journalist Rosemary Goring will take place at Aberdeen’s Central Library next month.
An exhibition about the British volunteers who fought fascism in the Spanish Civil War was officially opened in Aberdeen yesterday.
A mysterious artwork by an anonymous artist has spread its wings and will be delighting audiences in the north-east for the next month.
A photography exhibition charting Jewish life in Scotland will open in Aberdeen next week.