Work has started to bring a new exhibition in a historic north-east church to life.
Original manuscripts of two iconic poems by Scotland’s national bard have gone on display for just four hours as people around the world mark Burns Night.
As Scots around the globe mark Burns Night with a traditional supper, fans of the Bard are being invited to view his original manuscripts in a one-day exhibition.
Scotland is a “hugely valued” part of the United Kingdom, Theresa May told guests gathered at Downing Street for a Burns Supper.
The Scottish song, based on a poem by Robert Burns, was the most-played track across the UK between 11.55pm on New Year’s Eve and 12.05am on January 1 this year, according to streaming device Deezer.
The next generation could let old anthems be forgotten, according to new research which show Auld Lang Syne is not a New Year hit with younger listeners.
The script of It’s A Wonderful Life has been painted onto railway station platforms as part of a mental health festive campaign.
A man has been jailed for six months for making threats to set fire to a house.
Watch: Aberdeen bank boss delivers full Address to a Haggis at one of Scotland’s biggest Burns suppers
For many the highlight of the traditional Burns Supper is the reciting of the Address to a Haggis.
The world’s biggest Burns Supper is poised to be held in Aberdeen.
Primary school pupils at an Aberdeen school held a flash mob to celebrate Robbie Burns.
As Scotland gets ready to celebrate Burns Night 2017, we take a look at the man who inspired the annual celebration, Robert Burns.