Entries have opened for a first-ever Doric film festival, designed to showcase the north-east’s cultural heritage to as wide an audience as possible.
A north-east academic has revealed his fears that traditional Scots language is fading into the past, with cherished words and phrases at risk of being forgotten by future generations.
Only 1% of young Scots want to get into farming.
Pupils in an Aberdeenshire school are being taught Scots to make them fit like for purpose.
A writer, poet and playwright who was well-regarded as a champion of the Scots language has died at the age of 70.
North-east residents are being taught to be more fluent in their “mither tongue” with the launch of a series of Doric workshops.
A first of its kind body will be launched in Aberdeen today to promote the use of Doric and North-East Scots.
Sculptures designed to celebrate the Scots heritage of a Moray town have gone on display.
As historic LGBT Scots are to be recognised with plaques on buildings associated with them, we look at some that are still living.
Aberdeenshire councillors have given their emphatic support to proposals which will welcome the Doric dialect back into classrooms.
Women could hold the key to keeping the language of Scots fishing communities alive, a new study has revealed.
A Moray town has received the first official Scots Toun status for the work it does in promoting Scots language and culture.