The Japanese Garden at Cowden in 1909. PIC: Contributed.

Historic Japanese garden to open for first time in 60 years

The miniature of Bonnie Prince Charlie presented to Ensign William Home. PIC: National Trust for Scotland, Culloden Battlefield and Visitor Centre.

Bonnie Prince Charlie’s gifts to a 14-year-old soldier

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Duchray Castle has links to Rob Roy and sits in the heart of the Trossachs. PIC: Contributed.

Stunning Scottish “Rob Roy” castle in price drop

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Jo Moulin: Dunbar boy who is a hero to US nature lovers

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Video: Orkney’s Ring of Brodgar glows in the dark


Highland museums win Lottery cash to secure future

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5 Scots spies to mark Edinburgh Spy Week

Abby Richards, from Stirling District Tourism, unveils portraits of Mary Slessor and Maggie Keswick Jencks ahead of the ceremony. Picture:

Mary Slessor and Maggie’s founder inducted to Hall of Heroes

Irvine Welsh has written a film script based on the life story of Scottish music mogul Alan McGee.

Irvine Welsh film rejected for ‘not being Scottish enough'

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Jamie Sives starred in The James Plays at the Edinburgh International Festival in 2014.

Postman turned actor to play John Knox on stage

The Bridge of Carr during floods in 1978. Picture: Contributed

Highland’s oldest bridge celebrates 300th anniversary

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A service takes place at the Scottish National War Memorial, Edinburgh Castle yesterday. Picture: PA

Leader comment: We shall remember the fallen


Unique sculpture depicting WWI arrives at Kelvingrove Museum


Kirk Moderator to lead tributes to Arras’ Scottish fallen

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Music charity founder Tommy McGrory is organising the Baker Street tribute with the Paisley 2021 bid team.

Baker Street tribute to be staged in Paisley in Gerry Rafferty's honour

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Dunbar Beach,  East Lothian. Picture: Becky Duncan Photography/Contributed

John Muir Way celebrates third anniversary

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Goireasan ath-sgrùdaidh ùra sa Ghàidhlig rin lorg air BBC Bitesize

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Dundee - fort of the Tay. The fort was likely to have been Dundee Law, where this photo was taken from. Picture Ian Rutherford

Place name of the week: Dundee - Dùn Dè / Dùn Deagh

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Mystery of WW1 poets’ meeting place solved in Edinburgh golf club

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Video: New York ‘celebrates Scotland’ with Tartan Week parade

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Queen bestows Royal Warrant on Highland countrywear firm