North-east firms are being asked to get their staff spikkin the "Mither Tongue" as part of a week-long celebration of the dialect.
A father-and-son have written themselves into Deeside history after completing their story with the legendary "Dinnie Steens".
Prince Charles has agreed to champion one of Scotland's most ancient sporting traditions.
A legendary Doric musician and broadcaster has wound up in a hospital bed - just a few feet from his wife.
North-east residents want more to be done to save the Doric dialect than the Gaelic language in the region.
A troupe of Highland dancers from Aberdeenshire defied terror threats to put on the performance of their lives in the French capital.
The draw of Aboyne Highland Games proved further-reaching than ever, with visitors from the Far East, Africa and India among the crowd.
One Highland heavy smashed two long-standing competition records at Aboyne Games - one of which had stood for more than two decades.
The Highland way of life may have been outlawed centuries ago, but one Aberdeenshire gathering proved that its spirit can still conquer both time and borders.
The grounds of a historic Aberdeenshire castle burst into life with the skirl of bagpipes and roar of Highland heavies at the weekend.
A celebrated north east radio host, musician and Doric polymath was yesterday given a lifetime achievement award for his years of charity service.