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Robert Burns ‘Tam o’Shanter’ explained

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A pupil at Kilsyth Primary School enjoys a Burns-themed assembly. PIC Scott Louden/JP.

Robert Burns: The Bard explained for bairns

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Robert Burns. Picture: Contributed

Robert Burns ‘Tae a Moose’ explained

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The mysterious monument to a witch called Maggie Wall

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Nakedness, tattoos and man buns - how Pictish warriors shook up the enemy

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Glasgow’s unbuilt Inner Ring Road

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Everything you need to know about Robert Burns

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Burns' legacy lives on

How Robert Burns died and his legacy examined

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Arras men leaving the trenches

Scots pupils to visit Arras battle site during WW1 commemorations

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Former British land and water speed record holder Donald Campbell. Picture: PA/PA Wire

Donald Campbell: 50th anniversary of Bluebird crash marked

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A record number of tickets have been snapped for Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations this weekend.

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

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The Arran stowaways thrown off a ship in Newfoundland

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The plan to colonise Lewis by the Fife Adventurers

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Poet Billy Letford. Picture: Andrew O'Brien

Poet calls for ‘proud nation’ ahead of Scotsman bicentenary

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The haggis is piped into a Burns Supper, an international celebration that puts Scottish hospitality on the map.

Stephen Jardine: Burns Night showcases Scottish hospitality to the world

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Papers also include reported UFO sightings and recipes for invisible ink.

Released files reveal CIA interest in Scottish paranormal research

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BBC documentary to chart 200 years of The Scotsman

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Aonta Pharis: na chloich-mhìle eachdraidheil dhan àrainneachd?

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Place name of the week: Island I Vow - Eilean a’ Bhùtha

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Drastic cuts looming for Edinburgh's Christmas and Hogmanay events

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