Who was the 2,500-year-old Ballachulish Goddess?

The elusive white stag, which has fuelled legends and myths in Scotland for centuries, was spotted on the west coast in 2012. PIC: Hemedia.

The legend of the white stag of Edinburgh

Victoria Drummond. Picture: PA

Victoria Drummond – Britain’s first female marine engineer


Scotland enjoys tourism boost thanks to interest in Gaelic

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Paolozzi’s Tube mosaic designs to be sold at auction

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534 Peter Pans gather at home of JM Barrie to set world record

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Freddie Scott led troops under the cover of darkness to secure the landing beaches. File photo: Contributed

Story of Scots WW2 hero’s D-Day mission retold after medals found

En Route, by  Glasgow Girl Katherine Cameron. Courtesy of Archives and Collections at the GSA

Heirs of Glasgow Girls in line for royalties windfall

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The annual Moffat Sheep Races have been cancelled after more than 80,000 sign petition.

Moffat sheep races cancelled after 80,000 sign petition

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Earliest Mary Queen of Scots’ letter centrepiece of exhibition

Palace of Holyroodhouse : Palace of Holyroodhouse: Royal Collection Trust/� Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2017. Photographer: Sandy Young

Jacobite journeys: 6 places not to be missed

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The Greyfriars Bobby statue outside Greyfriars Kirk in Edinburgh.

Tour guides help bid to preserve Greyfriars Bobby statue

The "exceptional" Chinese dish, carrying the reign mark for Emperor Yongzheng, could fetch up to �100,000 under auction. Picture: PA

Rare Chinese dish hidden in a box in a cupboard worth £100k

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Rare Jacobite glass used by Bonnie Prince Charlie to go under hammer


Comedian Spencer Jones on his return as alter ego, The Herbert


‘History police’ to challenge Scottish museum’s mistakes

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