Findhorn Bay Arts celebrated young people’s participation in an innovative creative project with an event at Elgin’s Out of the Darkness Theatre.
Extra tickets for the biggest awards in the sporting calendar, BBC Sports Personality of the Year, are on sale now.
An architect who managed to more than halve heating bills in a listed building dating back to the 18th century will deliver a talk in Aberdeen next week.
A ceilidh to mark the 50th anniversary of a Moray secondary school has been cancelled due to low ticket sales.
Disney On Ice has skated into Aberdeen's P&J Live this week with its sensational 100 Years of Magic celebration.
Joining an already established band like Wet Wet Wet is no easy task – but singer Kevin Simm has taken it all in his stride.
Pupils across Aberdeen are being invited to an event where they can get a realistic insight into the world of work through virtual reality.
FROM THE ARCHIVES: Loopallu kicks off for the final time today… But do you remember the first festival?
The 'best little fest in the west' will be held for the final time today.
The first two acts for a celebration of 90s music at P&J Live have been revealed.
The wellies are going on and the tents are being built - Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival 2019 has officially kicked off.
Several thousand pipers, drummers and Highland dancers – along with their supporters – are heading for Inverness today.
Thousands of people flocked to Portsoy during the weekend for the coastal community's famous boat festival.
Dancing on Ice Stars Mark Henretty and Alex Murphy will perform in Aberdeen next month.
A north charity has launched its programme for Shetland Boat Week.
Argyll's biggest outdoor live music concert is well underway at Mossfield Stadium in Oban.
Taste of Grampian takes place today for the 20th time.
Dozens of vintage cars, dazzling Highland dancing displays and a disco for youngsters helped ensure that there was something for everyone to enjoy as a north-east village staged it 21st gala at the weekend.
Thousands braved rain and huddled in hail-lashed tents before the sun eventually shone on a May Day celebration in the north-east yesterday.
Traffic arrangements have been announced for this year’s Classic Vehicle Show in Inverness.
The countdown is on for a chance to see celebrity chefs like John Torode in action at this year’s Taste of Grampian – and fans are being urged to get in fast.
Elgin Town Hall’s resurrection will continue next month as it plays host to its first major fundraising event, aptly titled Back from the Brink.
Runrig has announced that former singer Donnie Munro will be a special guest at their final farewell shows next month.
Stormtroopers, superheroes and Sith Lords are descending on Moray this weekend for a very special event.
Organisers of one of Moray’s most popular family events have vowed to make this year’s bigger than ever.
Hundreds of cyclists will descend upon Moray next week for the annual Glen Moray Bike Ride.
Battle is set to commence at Scone Palace this summer as the award-winning Perthshire visitor attraction hosts the International Medieval Combat (IMCF) World Championships from Thursday, May 10 to Sunday, May 13.
Tonight visitors from far and wide will descend on Burghead for the annual Burning of the Clavie festival.
A popular sled dog rally, held annually in the Highlands, will go ahead this year after being saved in time to celebrate its 35th anniversary.
This year’s 25th anniversary Christmas Classic attracted a large attendance throughout Monday afternoon and evening and all day Tuesday this week to view the best of north-east beef cattle and sheep at the annual event which is organised by Aberdeen and Northern Marts with NorthLink Ferries as main sponsor.
A free networking event is set to help local businesses make new contacts while learning what it takes to raise and coach a European and Commonwealth champion in the pool.
At only three years old, little Emilie Andersen can name almost any make of car, whilst her big brother Freddie is equally adept aged six.