A special tartan has been designed for members of Scotland’s 2019 entry in the Eurovision Choir Contest as they prepare to take to the stage in Sweden.
A pair of Highland teachers might soon be top of the pops after singing their way into the finals of a prestigious contest.
The appeal to build a bigger and better neurological care facility for Scotland at Dee View Court in Aberdeen has now raised more than £3million.
An Argyll Mod winner is leading Scotland’s 2019 entry in the Eurovision Choir contest in Sweden.
He is one of the few people who have been granted the Freedom of Aberdeen and his name belongs in such exalted company as Nelson Mandela, Mikhail Gorbachev, the Queen Mother, Sir Alex Ferguson and Denis Law.
Winning mentality implemented by Sir Alex Ferguson the key factor behind Aberdeen’s success in 1980s, says John McMaster
John McMaster lived through the lean years at Aberdeen where reaching the latter stage of cups was like winning a trophy in itself.
The Granite City paid tribute to one of its own last night as 4,000 of his friends, team-mates and family gathered at Pittodrie Stadium to pay tribute to Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper.
Members of Aberdeen’s greatest team will reconvene at Pittodrie tonight on the 35th anniversary of their Cup-Winners’ Cup triumph to relive the day they conquered Europe.
An Aberdeen fan is appealing for help after he lost a prized piece of club memorabilia.
Scottish motorists are clocking up nearly 1,000 miles more a year than they were two years ago, thanks to lower oil prices, a survey has found.
An expert from Gothenburg flown in to offer advice on breathing new life into the heart of Aberdeen said last night he struggled to understand where the city centre was.
A top European architect will give a talk in Aberdeen tomorrow night on lessons that can be learned on city-centre regeneration.
The next phase in the creation of a proposed masterplan to breathe new life into Aberdeen city centre will begin later this week.