An Angus three-legged race world record holder has hot-footed it to the top of the UK’s three highest peaks as part of his latest personal charity crusade.
Guinness Book of World Records
Ryan and Lexi finally leg it into world record books after marathon effort for Angus suicide support charity
Angus has legged it back into the Guinness Book of World Records with final confirmation of another unusual accolade from a summer of success across the district.
Perthshire's stone-skimming king will defend his crown at an international contest later this summer.
Dylan Wren clearly remembers the day his passion for whisky began – on a rare day off back in the 1980s, he drove more than 200 miles from Renfrewshire to Tain, north of Inverness, to visit the Glenmorangie distillery. There he bought two bottles, one 15 years old and the other an 18-year-old – the latter still unopened to this day.
An Angus hotel has 1,031 good reasons to toast its success after finding its way into the Guinness Book of World Records as a dram lover’s dream destination.
Kirriemuir looks set to have soared into the record books with a fairytale flourish for this year’s town Relay for Life.
The well deserved best selling single of all time - or sentimental claptrap? Michael Alexander examines the appeal of Bing Crosby’s White Christmas which was first performed 75 years ago this Christmas.
The Dundonian editor of the Guinness Book of Records is searching for a new heaviest man in the world following the death of the current record holder.
The Queensferry crossing has been declared a record breaker, with a deck that towers above the rest.
The 6th annual Perth Beer Festival could end up in the Guinness Book of World Records if organisers get their way.