Thousands of people from across the region and beyond flocked to Aberdeen’s Highland Games yesterday to soak up some traditional fun in the sun.
A new £2.5million tourist attraction was officially opened yesterday in Royal Deeside.
The Queen expressed her “delight” as she unveiled the new Duke of Rothesay Highland Games Pavilion during her annual family outing to the Braemar Gathering.
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People from all corners of the globe gathered to soak up the sunshine and get a taste of Highland Games action in Stonehaven yesterday.
The son of a Fraserburgh farmer who sang the national anthem at the Commonwealth Games in 2014 and comperes for the Royal Family was given a special accolade from Aberdeen University yesterday for his services to north-east culture.
Aberdeenshire Council has unveiled ambitious plans to start teaching youngsters the Doric dialect.
The Queen was described as a "proud mum" as she viewed the work to transform a derelict Ballater shop into a royal restaurant and gift shop yesterday during her visit to the village.
Aberdeenshire Council could spend £100,000 on employing a Gaelic language officer to promote Scotland's mother tongue in the Doric heartland.
WHEN DOES YOUR WEEKEND START? My weekend disna usually start till Monday, as I am mostly in at the BBC by 7.30am on Saturday and Sunday.
An Aberdeenshire village with fewer than 1,000 residents welcomed more than 20,000 visitors from around the world - including senior royals - to its annual Highland games at the weekend.
There should be something of interest to everybody in the historic village of Fyvie this weekend, when it hosts its Homecoming Festival.
A moving slice of north-east life took centre stage before a global audience of a billion people at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony tonight.