Pupils at an Aberdeen school have produced a unique short film in Gaelic.
Doric and Shetlandic are just two of the dialects at the heart of a national search for the most iconic Scots word.
An Aberdeen choir which scooped a top prize at the Royal National Mod hopes their success will give Gaelic a boost in the north-east.
Preparation is underway for National Gaelic Schools debate, now in its twentieth year.
It was another busy day at the Royal National Mod as dozens of talented Gaels took home prizes and medals in Glasgow.
Results in full from day six of the Royal National Mod as new Bard crowned in Glasgow on Literature Day
The Royal National Mod is leaving its mark on history with the appointment of a “new Bard”.
A new Gaelic festival in the Western Isles was announced at the Mod yesterday.
Three young performers from the West Coast are celebrating their achievements after securing first place during another day of tough competitions.
A campaign has been launched during The Royal National Mod to encourage Gaelic speakers to highlight their support for the indigenous language.
Talented youngsters from the Western Isles are to return home champions after winning gold at The Royal National Mod.
The University of Glasgow and the Mòd Ghlaschu organising committee are hosting a special seminar to consider the future of Gaelic in a global and digital context.
Visitors to a island attraction are being given the opportunity to delve into the history of Gaelic culture as part of an innovative volunteer programme.
A bumper number of entrants have helped make an islands festival of Gaelic music the biggest one that organisers can remember.
Positive progress is being made in the delivery of Argyll and Bute's Gaelic Language Plan, councillors have been told.
It is not that my eyesight is worse. It is just that I need new glasses.
The chairman of Scottish Parliament’s cross-party group on Gaelic has welcomed news that the language is being added to the world’s most popular online language learning service.
At 2.5 miles long by 1.5 miles wide, it doesn't feel like there would be room for 300 different place-names.
Creative Scotland has said it will continue to fund Tasgadh, a scheme which offers grants of up of £1,000 to organisations and individuals involved in Scottish traditional arts.
£2.5million refurbishment of victorian hall on banks of Caledonian Canal complete as primary pupils deliver seal of approval
A £2.5 million project to turn a dilapidated hall into a visitor gateway to Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal is now complete - and has been given the seal of approval by a group of local school children.
Every stage, room, nook and cranny of Eden Court buzzed with music and excitement today as the Inverness Provincial Mòd 2019 got underway.
Bun-Sgoil Ghàidhlig Loch Abar, from Fort William, has won a top prize at the Scottish Education Awards in Glasgow.
Two pupils from Lochaber High School will attend the International Film Festival in Venice at the end of May.
A chance for Gaelic pupils to flex their creative muscles is being offered to both primary and secondary pupils across Highland in the form of a creative writing scheme.
Former SNP Highlands and Islands MSP David Thompson has suggested English was not a “proper” language in Scotland.
Major international TV series Tide to air on BBC Alba following international production collaborations
A major three-part series is to be aired on BBC Alba next week, marking the channel's first co-production with Chinese investment.
The Scottish folk music scene is booming and Capercaillie can surely take some of the credit.
Work on a dedicated culture centre in Uist will start in a matter of weeks after the project received a near-£3million funding boost.
A reduction in the range of subjects studied by secondary pupils has led to fewer children studying science and languages including Gaelic, it has been claimed.
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.
One of the most prominent celebrations of the Gaelic language could be heading back to Argyll.
Creative Scotland has appointed two new posts dedicated to supporting and developing Gaelic and traditional arts across Scotland.
A brand new festival is to take place in the south of Skye this summer with an onus on celebrating the very best of Gaelic culture and what the west coast has to offer.