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Long-lost sister says goodbye to lonely Scots war veteran

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'Green Room', by John Maher, shows an abandoned croft on North Uist

Exhibition explores abandoned crofts on Outer Hebrides

Art

Royal High developers vow to confront challengers to hotel scheme

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Tony and Cherie Blair in 1994. Picture: Steve Eason/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

On this day: Tony Blair elected leader of Labour party in 1994

People & Places
Scottish writer John Buchan was a great believer in the Empire. Picture: Sasha/Getty

For Buchan the pen was mightier than the bayonet

Books
WWI soldiers were given an almost inedible stew to eat every day. Picture: Contributed

Stephen Jardine: Army ration stew added to WWI suffering

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Kirsty Wark campaigns for the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Listening Project at Glasgow Western Necropolis

Why Kirsty Wark will never forget the thousands of war dead in Scots graves

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Old Woodhouselee Castle in Roslin, Midlothian. Picture: Supplied

Castle owned by world’s first gun-toting assasin for sale

News

Keith Brown: How Jutland changed course of war

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Lifesaving Battle of Jutland telescope to go on display

News

Leader comment: Censorship would dishonour Liddell’s memory

Opinion
For decades the popular narrative of the 1746 battle has held that a poorly led, ill-disciplined, ill equipped highland army was routed by professional British redcoats deploying muskets and cannon fire. Picture: TSPL

Jacobites were ‘outnumbered but not outgunned’ at Culloden

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The 17th century buildings around the Mercat Cross in Culross, Fife, highlight the village's former life as an important trading port with the Low Countries. Pantile roofs and crow-stepped gables are Flemish in origin. Picture: Contributed

Scotland and Europe: A relationship grown over centuries

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Kelvingrove House was the home of Glasgow's first muncipal museum. It was demolished in 1899. Picture: Glasgow Life

The changing face of Glasgow’s famous Kelvingrove Museum

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The Dunmore Pineapple is Scotland's most famous folly.Picture ALLAN MILLIGAN/TSPL

10 of Scotland’s most unusual buildings

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The hidden history of smuggling in Scotland

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How the struggle of workers sowed the seeds of Scotland’s gala days

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Iceland’s national anthem was written in an Edinburgh house

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