The women who smuggled Crown Jewels from Dunnottar Castle


We answer the most commonly Googled questions about Scotland

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National Museum of Scotland ‘expertise’ key to landing viking hoard

People & Places

Edinburgh postcard delivered 62 years late

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Euan McColm: the rite of passage of attending a first gig

Opinion 6
The clan battlefield map charts conflicts on Scottish soil between the 12th and 18th centuries. PIC: Contributed.

New map charts Scotland’s clan battlefields over 600 years

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Clootie Well on Black Isle surounded by cloths given in hope of a cure. PIC: Flickr/Creative Commons.

The history of Scotland’s ‘healing’ water wells

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John Buchan is underappreciated in Scotland, says Dr Mary Brown

Dr Mary Brown: John Buchan not given his due

Books 2
American author Diana Gabaldon has sold more than 28 million copies of her Outlander novels.

Outlander author Diana Gabaldon to appear at National Museum

Mary Queen of Scots by unknown artist,painting,circa 1560-1592. PIC: Wikicommons.

Festival of Mary Queen of Scots revealed


Colossal clansman launches piping hot summer in Glasgow


Postman turned actor to play John Knox on stage


Highland’s oldest bridge celebrates 300th anniversary

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Dali's Christ of St John of the Cross will leave Kelvingrove to go on loan in September. Picture: Robert Ormerod

Salvador Dali painting to leave Glasgow on loan

Michael Wiper is the brewer behind the biscuit-flavoured beer.

Brewers take the biscuit with flavoured beer

Greg Wells and Daniel Sylvester are launching the new Edinburgh Craft Beer Festival this weekend.

Biscuit-flavoured pints face crunch test at new craft beer festival

Diana Gabaldon said it was likely to make more financial sense to use the Scottish mountains for the filming. Picture: Starz

Highlands set to stand in for USA in new Outlander series

Heritage 1

Outlander author hopes BBC will screen the show - as long as it is not cut

TV & Radio 9

4,000 pipers set for Pipe Band Championships in Paisley


Turas rathaid an NC500: Cearcall a’ Chinn a Tuath le Anne Lundon

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