Preparations for the biggest Hogmanay party in the Highlands are coming to fruition.
Year of Young People
Movie enthusiasts in Aberdeen have launched the city's first ever film festival organised by - and targeted at - young people.
Moray Inspiration week kicks off in style with special talk and biking festival inspired by Paralympian
There was no soft pedalling in a Moray park, when families flocked to a biking festival inspired by a Paralympic gold medalist.
A Moray youth charity is holding an Inspiration Week to celebrate young people, diversity and achievements.
This year’s HebCelt festival is to showcase a brand new Gaelic song from a Lewis songwriter.
Youth groups and projects from across the city have been granted almost £85,000 from an Aberdeen City Council initiative set up in place of the Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF).
Pupils at Braemar Primary School will take over the village’s castle on Friday.
The number of applications made to a £100,000 project established in place of the Aberdeen International Youth Festival has shot up from just five last week to a “terrific” 30.
The future of the final Aberdeen International Youth Festival has been thrown into doubt after it emerged the council has not handed over its last chunk of funding.
A year-long initiative aimed at celebrating the youth of Aberdeenshire was launched last night amidst a blaze of north-east talent.
Councillors who “trashed” the city’s reputation by announcing plans to scrap funding for the Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF) should abandon their “non-starter” City of Culture bid, the chairman of Aberdeen Festivals has warned.