Fiona Kennedy is one of Scotland's most renowned vocal talents, yet her main mission in life seems to be spreading the message: "Sing, Sing, Sing" to people from eight to 85.
An event telling the stories of soldiers, doctors, nurses and families of World War I will take place in Aberdeen tonight.
It will be a catwalk with a difference, where every model has been affected by cancer.
The co-convener of the Scottish Greens has been re-elected as rector of Aberdeen University.
A host of award-winning artists will be descending on Inverness later this month, for Nae Ordinary Burns Supper.
Conservative MP Andrew Bowie has claimed he pulled out of the race to be the next rector of Aberdeen University - because he was worried he might win.
Prestigious elections to find a new rector for the historic Aberdeen University have descended into farce amid accusations of dirty tricks and “banana republic” tactics.
When Fiona Kennedy recorded a song for her husband, Francis, for their wedding anniversary it’s fair to say his reaction was distinctly underwhelming.
Aberdeen singing star, Fiona Kennedy OBE, will perform at a special Burns Night celebration in January to raise cash for a quartet of north-east charities.
North-east business and sporting excellence will be toasted at a St Andrew’s Day celebration in London next month.
A "lifeline" Aberdeen respite centre on the cusp of drastically reducing its services has received an 11th hour cash injection.
Entertainer and broadcaster Fiona Kennedy was honoured by the Queen yesterday at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh for services to music and charity.
An Aberdeenshire charity has been given more than 180 hospital beds to help medical centres in Malawi - but now it has to find a way to ship them there.