Haggis-flavoured ice cream from a Moray ice cream parlour described as "better than sex" left MPs in stitches after it was raised in the House of Commons.
An experimental Speyside ice-cream shop has launched its own twist on a Scottish delicacy to celebrate Burns Night.
Haggis-flavoured ice cream? It’s certainly unusual but the way this 84-year-old Moray man describes it will catch you off-guard
Ice cream and haggis is a difficult combination to blend but a Moray ice cream parlour hit the jackpot after one of its customers described their attempt as "better than sex".
Diverse Burns Night, lonely pensioners, American football team and Syrian refugees to benefit from Lottery cash in north and north-east
A cash bonanza will be shared across the north and north-east to fund a multi-cultural Burns Night, dance parties for lonely pensioners, a scheme to help Syrian refugees and a Highlands-based American football team.
The team at LJMU Face Lab have created a ground-breaking new animated facial reconstruction of Robert Burns reciting one of his own poems in collaboration with the Scots poet Rab Wilson, the University of Dundee and Dimensional Imaging (DI4D) in Glasgow.
Explore the selection of tartan treats the British Heart Foundation have on offer this January.
UK Government staff from across the world have been recorded reciting Address to a Haggis for Burns Night. The video, which includes John Porter from RAF Lossiemouth, is intended to celebrate the life and works of Robert Burns, one of Scotland’s most famous international cultural exports.
Celebrate Burns night through the medium of high street fashion.
Musicians from the north and north-east are being invited to put their own spin on some of Scotland’s best-loved poems and reinvent them for today’s generation.
A Moray primary school toasted their bard last night at a colourful Burns Supper.
Scots posted around the world have shared messages celebrating the legacy of Scotland's national bard, Robert Burns.
On January 25, across the world, people will honour Robert Burns by hosting a supper in his memory and eating haggis, neeps and tatties.
Haggis Tortellini has been a starter on the menu at The Kailyard Restaurant at Dunblane Hydro for about six months, which is a long time in restaurant terms.
Excited children took part in a colourful procession of dancing haggises to mark Burns Night in a fun-filled way in Inverness last night.
Celebrate Burns Night with some beautifully crafted whisky If you’re planning to roll out the tartan carpet to mark the birth date of Robert Burns, here are some single malt whiskies to pipe in a classic Burns Night menu.
In honour of Burns Night, online drinks retailer 31DOVER.com has scoured Scotland from the remote Highlands to the Isle of Islay, handpicking its top bottles for your enjoyment. The carefully curated variety of whisky has been selected from its extensive online offering. The following selection of whiskies will make your evening go with a bang.