Alan and Linda Stewart, Co-Owners of Scotland’s largest salon group and multi award winners, Rainbow Room International have received their OBE Award for Services to Hairdressing.
Today, the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award returns for 2022, calling on artists, labels and music fans to submit eligible albums – for free.
Green Space Dark Skies, led by Walk the Plank as part of UNBOXED: Creativity in the UK, has announcing two new locations for this unique project.
To commemorate its 20th anniversary and raise funds for the Loch Lomond Rescue Boat, Loch Lomond Shores has produced a calendar that runs from June 2022 to May 2023.
In celebration of Scotland’s Year of Stories 2022, Visit Scotland has teamed up with Scots expert and writer Alistair Heather to translate the first lines of some of the world’s most popular books
The Meadowbank Sports Centre will welcome the best snooker players on the planet later this year when the Scottish Open comes to Edinburgh.
Louise Russell, who runs Give a Dog a Bone, has won the prestigious Pride of Scotland Community Hero award for her work to combat loneliness.
The National Theatre of Scotland is delighted to announce that Jane Spiers will be taking up the role of Chair of the National Theatre of Scotland’s board, commencing in September 2022.
A team of injured military veterans are set to smash adaptive athletics world records at this year’s Stirling Highland Games.
More than 70 events will take place across Scotland on 21st June to mark the global annual celebration of music!
Stirling Council and its public safety partners are urging people to stay safe around open water this summer as Drowning Prevention Week (DPW) launches across the UK and Ireland.
Summer 2022 marks the 20th birthday of Loch Lomond Shores and they're celebrating in style with a brand-new FREE festival called Summerfest on the 2nd and 3rd July!
A Ukrainian opera singer is among the performers launching Refugee Festival Scotland – a unique celebration of refugee arts and culture coming to towns and cities across the country.
One of Scotland's most iconic heritage attractions and star of hit TV series Outlander, Doune Castle, has reopened to the public.
Stirling's shopfronts have been given a major facelift thanks to a £100K cash injection from the city’s Business Improvement District.
Scene Stirling has announced its first round of arts grants for 2022, with local artists and creatives invited to apply by Wednesday 22nd June.
Scotland’s national music prize, the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award, today announces Stirling as the host city for its 2022 ceremony.
Showcasing a captivating mix of acts by fresh and accomplished talent, the Gilded Balloon is returning this August with a big, bold programme of outstanding entertainment!
A pilot reusable cup scheme will be launched by Forth Valley Food and Drink network today (Wednesday 1 June) in a bid to tackle single-use cup waste and littering.
As the country heads out to enjoy the Queen's Jubilee long weekend, punters are being asked to nominate and 'crown' Scotland's very best cocktail bars.
£142,040 has been awarded to 11 heritage projects as part of the Historic Environment Support Fund, administered by HES.
A free workshop to help arts professionals understand the impact of trauma on people’s lives is being held at the University of Stirling this month.
New online courses including Natasha’s Law on allergen labelling have been launched on Stirling BID’s training platform.
YMI Programme has delivered a staggering increase in children's engagement with music across Scotland.
An ambitious business plan outlining initiatives to raise Stirling’s profile and create a cleaner, safer and more vibrant environment is being launched by the city’s BID.
Stirling Council is warning people of the dangers of Giant Hogweed as Invasive Species Week gets underway.
Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland is calling for people in the local community to become Collection Can Volunteers to help raise vital funds.
Visitors to this year’s Stirling Highland Games are being asked to `plant a tree’ and help breathe new life into Scotland’s native woodlands.
Scottish Book Trust, the national charity changing lives through reading and writing, will host Bookbug Week from Monday 16 May – Sunday 22 May.
Scotland's longest-running licensed trade awards - dubbed the hospitality Oscars, have launched their search to find Scotland's top pubs and best-loved bars today.