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.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service has announced it is launching its own Gaelic Language Plan.
Aberdeen's struggle to attract teachers has been laid bare by education bosses' inability to fill a Gaelic teaching post - despite advertising it seven times in seven months.
A Gaelic version of an old Scottish board game is being sold as an ideal Christmas present for families "to enjoy during the cold, dark nights".
Over 200 lives were lost when HMY Iolaire collided with rocks at the Beasts of Holm on January 1, 1919, in a tragedy that cut so deeply it was not publicly discussed by islanders for decades.
Highland Council has launched a new video showing parents the benefits of their children being bilingual.
Gaelic could add more than £82 million per year to tourism, Visit Scotland revealed yesterday.
After eight days of competitions, performances and festivities, the Royal National Mod said goodbye to this year’s host, Dunoon.
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is marked this week’s Royal National Mòd with a celebration of the links between the Gaelic language, heritage and nature.
The largest commercial sponsor says it is “reviewing” its commitment to funding the Royal National Mod in 2019.
It was a day for the North in the Silver Pendant competition at the Royal National Mod in Dunoon.
This year's Royal National Mod is in full flow in Dunoon, with competitors from across Scotland gathering to celebrate Gaelic literature, music and culture.
The number of men taking part in solo singing competitions is at an all-time low, and steps are being taken by the organisers of the Royal National Mod to increase them.
A youth committee is working with An Comunn Gàidhealach to shape the Mods of the future.