Aberdeen's annual Grampian Pride festival is to take place online again this year.
Members of an Aberdeen-based rugby group have celebrated Grampian Pride from their homes due to lockdown restrictions.
Grampian Pride is to host a series of virtual events after the annual celebration was postponed due to Covid-19.
Aberdeen's annual Grampian Pride festival has been postponed following Scottish Government guidance on coronavirus.
The organisers of Grampian Pride are hosting a comedy event.
A popular Aberdeen festival is to return next year – and promises to be bigger and better than ever before.
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Thousands turned out in rainbow colours to celebrate Aberdeen’s second ever Grampian Pride.
Thousands turned out in rainbow colours today to celebrate Aberdeen's second ever Grampian Pride.
The final line-up for this weekend’s Grampian Pride event has been announced.
Final preparations are under way for the countdown to Aberdeen’s second Grampian Pride.
A new LGBT hub has officially opened in Aberdeen.
More than £18,000 has been donated to community groups in the north-east over the past year.
Callum Geddes was crowned winner of Grampian’s Got Talent competition and will now headline the Pride Village event
A call has been made for volunteers to lend their time to a popular Aberdeen event.
Plans for next year’s Grampian Pride festival are in full swing with a date for the event announced.
Hate crimes based on sexual orientation have more than tripled in Aberdeen during the past eight years.
The leaflets included phrases such as "pride is something evil that comes from a person’s heart. God sees pride the same way he sees so many other behaviours – as sinful"
A soap star has described the “emotional” moment she returned to her former school in Aberdeen to give a talk to its pupils.
Video and pictures: Pride throws a rainbow over Aberdeen as thousands turn out for spectacular day of colour and celebration
Thousands turned out with their rainbow flags to help celebrate the inaugural Grampian Pride event in Aberdeen’s city centre.
Two women were today celebrating after getting married at Aberdeen's first Pride event.
Thousands have turned out with their rainbow flags to help celebrate the first inaugural Grampian Pride event in Aberdeen’s city centre today.
A number of Aberdeen city centre roads are set to be closed to drivers today to make way for the Grampian Pride event.
Two Aberdeen women will be making their big day even more special – by getting married at Pride.
Thousands of people are set to line the streets tomorrow for Aberdeen's first ever Pride parade.
A tour will take place this week celebrating the lives of some prominent LGBT figures from the north-east.
Aberdeen will play host to an event bringing together the area’s communities later this month.
An Aberdeen shopping mall has announced it will offer Pride-going couples the chance to get married in the centre.
An Aberdeen Pride event has reached its fundraising target of £50,000 – with tickets selling out fast.
Oil giants have rallied round to provide funding for the Aberdeen's first ever Pride event.