Skoda’s engineers must be great at Tetris. They have an uncanny knack of cramming more space into their cars than any of their rivals can manage.
P&J Live, Aberdeen’s brand-new events venue, opened last August and has already welcomed thousands of visitors to concerts and conferences.
Nicola Sturgeon has promised to meet MSPs’ demands for a wide-ranging review of Scottish schools to tackle “weaknesses” in the education system.
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I took my family out for an evening meal in Kingussie at the tail-end of last year.
Funbox (formerly The Singing Kettle) were back in Aberdeen at the weekend with a super new show for their north-east fans.
Italian car giant Fiat is very close to the country’s international football squad. For a start, it is the team’s official car partner, which is why Fiat chose the team’s training centre in Florence to launch its latest model.
The royal family’s decade has been one of major milestones with Elizabeth II becoming the longest reigning monarch in history and the Duke of Edinburgh retiring after decades of royal service.
The royal family’s decade has been one of celebration, from weddings, milestones and a jubilee to an abundance of royal babies.
As the year draws to a close, it’s the perfect time to look back at the high points of 2019.
Jubilee tours and Brexit trips made up some of the official overseas visits for the globe-trotting royals over the past decade.
The royals’ decade has been marked with a feast of family celebration, from weddings to an abundance of royal babies.
REVIEW: Phil Cunningham’s Christmas Songbook is the perfect way to start the festive season in style
Susan Welsh saw Phil Cunningham’s Christmas Songbook at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
It says something about how much Highland audiences enjoy the music of the late, great Buddy Holly when a tribute show featuring his music is regarded as heralding the official start of the Yuletide fun.
The last time I was outside a Turkish restaurant by the sea I was actually in Turkey at a place called Kusadasi.
If Gang Signs And Prayer was an enigmatic walking tour through Stormzy’s spirituality, Heavy Is The Head is his blueprint for the mortal world.
When musicians profess a love of a certain city during a concert, the sentiment is usually to be taken with a pinch of salt.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Scottish Ensemble and to celebrate, artistic director Jonathan Morton has put together a “musical mosaic” designed to give a flavour of the music they perform.
McBain’s by the River is a relative newcomer to the Inverness restaurant scene having only opened earlier this year.
Normally I find Christmas shopping stressful and usually do it online at the last minute.
The Santa Fe is the biggest and most expensive car Hyundai produces.
With some stunning illusions and magnificent costumes, Cinderella is whisking Aberdeen audiences off to the ball once more.
Credit must be given to Bastille. Few bands bother to tour whole albums these days - and even fewer still when it's just to mark a new release, rather than an anniversary or some sort of special edition.
Growing up in Dornoch many years ago, going out for dinner was a real treat.
If you’re going to create an environmentally-friendly electric car you face a lot of challenges.
A while back I reviewed the Ford Mustang on these pages.
It’s a busy time for Glenn Hughes.
After a chilly autumn walk at Crathes Castle, some food was in order to warm us up.
It took BMW some time to discover a profitable sweet spot in the roadster segment, but the Munich maker got there in the end.
Jaguar has enjoyed a tremendous renaissance over the past decade. Once a purveyor of traditional but staid models, it now has a dynamic range of cars with cutting-edge styling.
Audi has brought back the rear-wheel-drive R8, this time making it a permanent fixture in its sports car line-up.
The Station Hotel in Rothes has a long and varied history, dating back as far as 1899.
Karine Polwart has made her name in folk music and has awards galore to show for it.