Scotland’s arts agency has been accused of neglecting the north and north-east after it was revealed all jobs advertised since 2014 were for the Central Belt.
A new competition has been launched to challenge people on their knowledge of Doric.
If you happen to be walking through the beautiful woods of Finzean estate in Aberdeenshire, you might be lucky enough to hear a rich Doric voice rising in song.
The language of the people has aye needed people’s champions to keep it vigorous.
Researchers at Aberdeen University will lead a new linguistic survey of Scots - the first such work carried out in about 70 years.
North-east Scots, usually known as ‘the Doric’ or ‘Toonser’ has been the subject of a new documentary, made by the University of Aberdeen’s Elphinstone Institute.
A new event to promote Doric among younger audiences has been launched.
A north-east performer has cemented his position as a bothy ballads stalwart by becoming only the second person to claim the “champion of champions” title for the sixth time.
Foo’s yer doos or fit like... if you’re sat there in bafflement then you clearly dinna ken yer Doric.
A new scheme has been launched to create an interactive Doric Portal which will allow access to an unprecedented treasure trove of works in the language.
It will be the first-ever festival of film in the Doric language.
It’s an initiative that has already sparked global interest and now Doric language classes at Aberdeen University are set to double in size in 2019.
A film created for the Across the Grain Doric festival will be showcased next weekend at the fish market in Peterhead.
A leading Scottish movie-maker has backed a new Doric film competition which is taking place in 2019.
It is the language which resonated in Sunset Song, the Mearns-based novel which was recently voted Scotland’s favourite book.
An app developer from the Highlands has taken an innovative approach to his debut product, by featuring Gaelic, Doric and well-known Glaswegian phrases in the game.
North-east residents are being taught to be more fluent in their “mither tongue” with the launch of a series of Doric workshops.
School’s out for summer - or very nearly - but life was moving at a hectic pace around Aberdeen University yesterday.
A farming museum has launched a new Doric trail to help promote a love of the local language.
A first of its kind body will be launched in Aberdeen today to promote the use of Doric and North-East Scots.
A new musical scheme being undertaken in north-east libraries is helping babies fall asleep.
A new group has been set up to boost the profile of the north-east’s dialect.
A language expert in Moray wants to set up a group in the region to encourage toddlers to start speaking Gaelic.
A north-east mum who loves Doric so much that she only speaks English “when she has to” has won a competition aimed at keeping the traditional tongue alive.
Earlier this year we teamed up with our columnist Robbie Shepherd to test your Doric knowledge.
One of Scotland’s best-loved broadcasters and champions of traditional music has been recognised by one of the country’s leading arts institutions.
He's tackled Geordie, Scouse and Glasweigen.
It's a book which has been read by millions of people all across the globe and is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a fanfare of trumpets.
A north-east primary school has been awarded for its dedication to the north-east's "Mither Tongue" during the first ever week-long celebration of Doric.
A group of Aberdeenshire school pupils has created a community cafe with a Doric twist.
How good is your Doric? Why don’t you take our quiz and find out. Our columnist Robbie Shepherd has given us 17 phrases to test your local knowledge. Good luck!
Youngsters across Moray have been asked to embrace the region's heritage by taking part in a Doric writing competition.