IT'S New Year’s Eve, and Scotland is home to its own special traditions.
We’ll always have Muckle Flugga… Scotland’s favourite first-foot, Jackie Bird, on two decades of bringing in the bells
JACKIE BIRD has helped Scots bring in the Bells everywhere from the ramparts of Edinburgh Castle to a raucous party in the heart of Glasgow.
SCOTLAND'S Hogmanay parties are set to generate more than £40 million as the country prepares for one of its most lucrative nights of the year.
EDINBURGH'S trams will be free between midnight and 5am on New Year’s Day to help revellers get home safely.
WE may be biased, but we think there's really only one small country in the world who celebrate Hogmanay with such gusto, revelry and passion.
A SUPERMARKET giant is encouraging people across the country to reignite the heritage of Hogmanay by first-footing their neighbours with a lump of coal, a symbol of bringing of warmth and wellbeing for the year ahead.
There ain’t no party like a Glebe Street party: Experts reveal why The Broons know how to throw a hooley
WHETHER it’s a Motown medley or a rock ‘n’ roll riff, there’s nothing quite like a toe-tapping tune to get people up on their feet and dancing.
Donald Macleod: It was a belter of a Hogmanay party, even though one of my dear friends saw in the Bells with an Easter egg. No, seriously
WELL, 2018 certainly got off to a belter of a start, when along with my wife Pauline and some friends, we brought in the Bells at Edinburgh’s world-famous Hogmanay street party.
IT might be a long shot but Jonathan Watson is hoping Kim Jong-un has a sense of humour.
PHIL and Aly have become synonymous with Hogmanay on our TVs, always there to welcome in the New Year with a tune.
SCOTLAND will be battered by 80mph winds today but organisers insisted Storm Dylan will not halt the country’s biggest street party.