A north-east festival to celebrate Doric culture, music, language, storytelling and food and drink is to take over the region for the next month.
A Doric project has been given the green light by a north-east authority.
Doric Skateboards hope to bring a sense of community to the skate scene in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen MSP enjoyed a Doric poem recital as she opened the premises of a Braille publishing house.
A farming museum has launched a new trail which encourages families to decipher a message in a bottle – with a Doric twist.
A North-east mum who loves Doric so much that she only speaks English “when she has to” has won a competition aimed at keeping the traditional tongue alive.
A sculpture has been unveiled to celebrate the history of a North-east village.
A South Korean vlogger has taken to YouTube to translate Doric into plain English.
Fit in the world else could possibly go wrong?
Eighteen months in the planning (and panicking) and finally - last Saturday - my quine's wedding.
An illustrator has made a book telling the story of a famous Scottish "giant" - using Doric poetry.
A new museum with a unique Doric centre opened to the public after a North-east community group bought the building for £1.
The man behind plans for a week-long celebration of the North-east's "Mither Tongue" said he has been overwhelmed by the response from local people.
Aberdeen companies are being asked to get their staff "spikkin' the mither tongue" as part of a week-long celebration of the Doric dialect.
An oil and gas worker is setting up his own firm - to design skateboard decks.
A legendary Doric musician and broadcaster is home and on the mend after breaking his hip
Get yersel doon to the theatre this June for 11 days of laughs in yer mither tongue.
A Doric trail is one of the initiatives being considered to strengthen tourism in the North-east.
A musician who lives in Germany is to release a Doric album inspired by his North-east family history.
A NORTH-EAST writer and story-teller has translated a bestselling children's book into Doric.