Scotland is to be promoted as "a European gateway to the Arctic" in an effort designed to boost educational, cultural, tourism and energy links.
An initiative to widen residents’ access to libraries has been awarded £70,000 of Scottish Government funding.
The V&A Dundee design museum welcomed more than 830,000 visitors in its first year, far exceeding the numbers expected.
Scotland’s birth rate has fallen to record levels according to official statistics, which also show a rise in cancer and dementia deaths.
It's the birthplace of one of Scotland's greatest explorers.
A group of 100 young artists will tell Scotland's First World War story in an exhibition that opens next week.
The north-east is suffering from a falling population, according to official data which found people are moving away from rural areas and islands.
A Tory MP yesterday claimed that high-end tourism firms will continue to pay “sky-high” business rates under the SNP as long as the party is in government.
They were forced to endure extreme conditions and temperatures as low as minus 50, while two of their four-strong team had to withdraw because of foot injuries.
North and north-east businesses raise objections with Scottish Government over controversial tourist tax plans
North and north-east businesses have raised objections with the Scottish Government over its controversial tourist tax plans and claimed they will damage the economy and discourage visitors.
Young travellers heading to Scotland to showcase its stunning surroundings with selfies are contributing to an £820million tourism boom.
Nine public library projects have been handed a share of £450,000 to support the transformation and modernisation of their services.
Caithness’s £20million nuclear archive, which was opened by Prince Charles, has won a prestigious national architecture prize.
Rural funding for the Cairngorms National Park will see improved pathways and walking networks for visitors and residents.
Before it has even welcomed its first guest, V&A Dundee has been hailed as providing a “fire in the belly” not seen in the City of Discovery for years.
Moray “stands ready” to assist the Glasgow School of Art following its devastating blaze, according to an MSP.
Events celebrating Scotland’s clan history are to be given more than £48,000 this year in an effort to attract international tourists to the country.
The co-leader of the city council has called for cash from the Scottish Government to help fund cultural events.
A Scottish Government minister is poised to intervene in order to rekindle hopes of bringing a historic Moray distillery back to life.
Tourism Secretary Fiona Hyslop yesterday urged any organisation whose operations might interrupt traffic flow on the popular North Coast 500 route to consult widely.
Highland residents could soon be able to see significant artworks and museum collections on their own doorstep, according to a pledge by the country's culture secretary.
Scottish Government ministers will be in Brussels today for talks aimed at averting a so-called "hard Brexit" for Scotland.
Monday, November 30, is St Andrew’s Day – Scotland’s national day, designed to celebrate the country’s history, culture and heritage with people at home and abroad. This year, there are hundreds of events taking place, many of them free.
Historic Scotland has reported a record number of people visited Scotland’s heritage sites this summer. Between June and August, more than 1.8million people visited heritage attractions throughout the country; an increase of more than 34,000 on the same period last year.
Opposition parties have rounded on the Scottish Government as the storm over a £150,000 payment to the organisers of T in the Park grows.
The culture secretary has faced calls to explain a controversial £150,000 cash injection for a major music festival amid accusations of "cronyism".
A north-east man who helped cement Scotland's status as global innovators in shipbuilding is to be commemorated with a memorial in his home town.
The Cabinet Secretary for Culture is being asked to intervene to save a former school that is believed to have been visited by famous Scottish novelist Robert Louis Stevenson.
Orcadians will have the chance to grill a SNP Government minister on the implications of Scottish independence today.
Highlanders are being given the chance to grill a senior Scottish Government minister about independence next week.