The North-East o Scotlan is hame tae a winnerfu heirskip o wird, music, ballad an sang, story, history, an folklore, as weel as the creativity o the fowk fa bide an wark here.
These days we’re used to hearing stories about some Scottish properties becoming “internet sensations”, but in 2017, it was still pretty unusual.
A north-east youngster joined big names from across Scotland to celebrate his roots in the Big Apple as part of New York City Tartan Day.
The frontman of Marmalade, the first Scottish band to have a UK number one hit, has died aged 72.
There are few things more glorious than celebrating Scotland’s rich heritage at high summer.
Relatives of a US soldier who washed up on a Scottish island after his ship was involved in an accident have met the great-granddaughter of a man who saved him - 100 years later.
Prime Minister Theresa May has called on Nicola Sturgeon to reconsider her rejection of the Brexit Bill clause 11 amendments.
Every week, more than two million women pour into local bingo halls across the country, each one secretly hoping that tonight will be the night they get to shout, “house!”, scoop the big money prize and change their lives forever.
Former Ross County goalkeeper Michael Fraser believes the Staggies are in good hands under the guidance of co-mana-gers Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson.
North-east teed up for pivotal role driving £300million bounty that Scotland could claim as the original home of golf
The north-east is being teed up to play a pivotal role in a drive to cash in on the £300million bounty that Scotland could claim as the original home of golf.
The game faces are now well and truly on for Eve Muirhead and her British rink after they started their bid for Olympic gold with a comprehensive opening win in PyeongChang.
It's Kiss a Ginger Day and we're dedicating a little bit of our time to just some of the famous redhead Scots out there.
Tell us how you would vote in a second Scottish independence referendum in week seven of our rolling poll.
Scottish Gas will rip out parts of heating systems in more than 150 homes in the north - because some of the radiators are too small.
Councillors gave their blessing yesterday for a new electricity substation in Caithness that is considered a key link in the chain transmitting power produced by renewable energy projects.
Angry residents of a Highland village squared up to a chainsaw squad yesterday as the latest phase of work on a waste water treatment plant got under way.
Scottish Water will be carrying out essential road repairs next week at one of the busiest and most accident-prone junctions in the Highlands.
Campaigners are taking legal action in an effort to halt a major upgrade of a Highland sewage plant.
A furious north-east man filmed a London McDonald's manager refusing to accept his Scottish £5 note.
A community's war with Scottish Water has intensified amid claims a planned route to a sewage works is too narrow for heavy trucks.
Pressure has intensified on Scottish Water to scrap plans for upgrading a Highland village sewage works and build a new one elsewhere.
A fresh meeting between Ardersier residents and water bosses over controversial plans for expanding the village's sewage works has failed to clear the air.
Tensions flared last night as the SNP's Kevin Stewart stormed to victory to retain his Aberdeen Central seat.
City councillors spent hundreds of thousands of pounds of Inverness Common Good Fund money yesterday on a raft of projects - including promoting the Scottish Open and operating a part-time toilet.
A row has broken out over grants awarded to high-profile sporting and music events from a historic cash pot.
Death and taxes are certain to be on the agenda at a Tory conference this weekend in the north.
Highland councillors have pledged £8,000 from the Inverness common good fund to help subsidise a Scottish Cup final trip for young Caley Thistle fans.
Caley Thistle's Scottish Cup final heroes are to subsidise the trip to Hampden for a number of their young fans by donating part of their bonuses for overpowering Celtic in last month's semi-final.
A new study has found the Scottish identity is more inclusive than Englishness for many ethnic groups.
It’s not often my daughter pays heed to what I say, but her favourite food is steak, usually cooked so rare you’d swear it hadn’t been anywhere near the kitchen.