Famous Spiegeltent could quit Fringe after St Andrew Square ban


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King Arthur takes Highlands to global cinema screens


When Hebrideans were offered a new start in Norway

Stevie Shanks with his dad Jack. Picture: SWNS

Son matches father’s feat of lifting ancient Deeside boulders

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The Trades Hall on Glassford Street. The street is named after Tobacco Lord and plantation owner John Glassford. PIC Flickr/Creative Commons.

Should Glasgow’s “slavery streets” be renamed?

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Details from Old World to New World (1874) which typified the movement of people from Europe in the mid 1800s. PIC Wikicommons.

The 200 Scots buried in a mass grave in Quebec

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Donald Campbell: 50th anniversary of Bluebird crash marked

Historic Events

More tickets for Edinburgh's Hogmanay sold than ever before

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Let there be lights – and lasers – at Hogmanay tribute to 70th Festival

Art 14
Sir Edwin Landseer's The Monarch Of The Glen. Picture: National Museum of Scotland

Paul McCartney’s Monarch of the Glen painting could go on display alongside original masterpiece

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Sgioba An Tango Mu Dheireadh Ann Am Partaig, le Iain Beggs agus Mairi Mhoireasdan air an ard-urlar agus stiuiriche Muireann Kelly agus sgriobhadair Alison Lang air an taobh dheas. Dealbhan le Eoin Carey.

Feumaidh tu barrachd air dithis mus fhaigh thu air tango a chur air dòigh

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The people of Kilwinning turn out to welcome the Queen and Prince Philip on their tour of Scotland in 1956. Picture: TSPL

Place name of the week: Kilwinning - Cill D’Fhinnein

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Ben Nevis from Corpach. PIC Ian Rutherford/TSPL.

New Ben Nevis bridge to open to walkers

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Belladrum festival launches tartan fashion label