Scotland’s national bard features in more than 470 road names across the UK, new research has found.
An Aberdeenshire castle is hosting a Robert Burns-themed murder mystery this weekend.
Work has started to bring a new exhibition in a historic north-east church to life.
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.