Cruise ships are increasingly setting a course for Scotland – and businesses in Fife, Tayside and Dundee are particularly well placed to benefit, writes Michael Alexander.
Michael Alexander and his family got away from it all with a week on Orkney.
Tayside and Fife businesses are gearing up for a summer staycation boost as more British tourists chose to holiday at home. Michael Alexander reports.
Gregarious Glasgow: Following in the footsteps of Charles Rennie Mackintosh 150 years after his birth
Michael Alexander spent a weekend in Glasgow following in the footsteps of designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh who was born 150 years ago this year.
A former Royal Navy search-and-rescue helicopter has returned to service - this time as an unusual holiday home.
Michael Alexander scaled the iconic Forth Bridge to find out how ambitious £30 million plans for a visitors centre and bridge climbing experience are being showcased as part of VisitScotland's Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design 2016.
An estimated 900,000 rail journeys each year in Scotland are made by people who deliberately avoid paying their fare, according to a train operator.
With many parents choosing to take family holidays during the school year to avoid increased costs, Jack McKeown asks if it is acceptable to break the rules to take a break.
The first direct air route between Scotland and Bucharest will take off next year.