It’s not every householder that can say they’ve had several wine cellar parties of late, or that they hope the suit of armour taking pride of place in the study gets to stay with the house when they say goodbye.
Susan Welsh saw Eddi Reader at Eden Court, Inverness.
At a time when holidaymakers are venturing to ever-more exotic parts of the world to find the latest hidden gem, some remain a lot closer to home.
More acts have been added to the line-up for this year’s main music festival in the Outer Hebrides.
Most wedding guests try to avoid upstaging the bride on her big day, but one designer is ignoring tradition – with a black “mother of the bride” dress complete with feathers and sequins.
Neil Drysdale finds a small army of volunteers at the ready to ensure the Gordon Highlanders story gains widespread public exposure.
Art has always been a part of Jennifer Mackenzie’s life.
It’s appropriate that Scottish music legend Midge Ure has chosen to kick off his latest UK tour in Inverness, for the city helped shape his career and taught him how to cope with life on the road.
Three F1 drivers that UK fans can wave the flag for, says Vicki Butler-Henderson.
When Sian Fitzpatrick was a little girl she became enthralled with the world of Harry Potter, as did millions of other children around the world.
Allan Nisbet can still remember the first time he and his late wife turned the lock in the door at Eastfield: June 18 1986.
When Ginny Stacy-Marks first viewed a plot of land in Highland Perthshire, she felt it was the perfect spot to create a holiday home.
When the Knudsen family first set eyes on Nether Boghead, they saw a gorgeous period property which was in desperate need of some tender loving care.
Planning a relaxing spa break and long overdue catch-up with one of my girlfriends, I felt an immediate affinity with Gleddoch House when I learned that it was once the home of the late shipping baron Sir William Lithgow.
I am, and always will be, a very proud Scot. I’m one of those people who romanticises about the beauty of our country – probably aided by a year of studying Sir Walter Scott.
Alice Cooper will head to Aberdeen later this year for the first time in his 50-year career.
After the roaring success of Designosaur last year, Dynamic Earth is bringing the prehistoric world back into the digital age for this month’s half-term school holidays.
The smell of lentil soup is in the air as people warmly greet each other at North East Sensory Services (NESS) in Aberdeen, before sitting down to enjoy lunch together.
Fiona Keith, from Andersons of Inverurie, shares her tips for getting the showhome look at home.
If you happen to be walking past Crown Baptist Church on a Wednesday night, you might hear a chorus of voices rising in song.
In Aberdeen, Club Tropicana is that place where the drinks are not free and you spend more of your evening trying to peel yourself from the sticky dancefloor than you do enjoying the ’80s beats.
When it comes to clothing, going green is the new black says editor of Sew magazine, Lucy Jobber
Knit for Peace believes that knitting can be extremely good for us and have even declared that it could save the NHS millions.
When the temperature dropped to minus 17, Martin Neish sprung into action.
Lynne Mennie did just that and told Ellie House about the adventures along the way.
Slains House is an Aladdin’s cave of treasure, its many rooms filled with quirky odds and ends from around the world, but mainly Indonesia.
A stage show celebrating the music of The Beatles will stop at His Majesty's Theatre in Aberdeen for six nights.
When Deirdre and Stephen Little first set eyes on 78 Hamilton Place, it took a hefty dose of imagination to see the potential on offer.
When cold winter winds are howling, it’s a thought to step outside and walk the dog.
Dreaming of starting your own business? Look to your hobbies first.
An historic Perthshire estate is working on a fresh plan to lure big name Hollywood productions to the area.