The video offers a unique view of Edinburgh Castle. Picture: Liam Anderstrem/Airborne Lens

Video: Amazing aerial 360 video of Edinburgh Castle

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A medieval seal matrix of Bishop William de Lamberton, one of the highlights of the annual treasure trove report. Picture: Crown Office Communications/PA Wire

Centuries-old bishop’s seal matrix discovered in Fife


Old Man of Storr popularity is creating road safety hazard

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Artist brings new vision to Burns Monument with female statue

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Vikings were buried with board games to beat boredom

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The Seven Lochs Wetlands Project has received a �4.5million funding boost from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Picture:  GCV Green Network

Plans for Scotland’s largest nature park wins £4.5m boost

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

Scottish writer’s role in Great War propaganda campaign

Books 7
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

Opinion 3
Old Woodhouselee Castle in Roslin, Midlothian. Picture: Supplied

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


Keith Brown: How Jutland changed course of war

Opinion 5

Lifesaving Battle of Jutland telescope to go on display


Leader comment: Censorship would dishonour Liddell’s memory

Soldiers carry the casket of First World War Lance Corporal John Morrison at the Woburn Abbey cemetery in Cuinchy, northern France, during an interment ceremony 100 years after his death. Picture: AFP/Getty

First World War soldier buried after being found in field


Bàrdachd “Cogadh a’ Cheusair”: mar thug i guth do dh’fhearg an t-sluaigh


Jacobites were ‘outnumbered but not outgunned’ at Culloden

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Scotland and Europe: A relationship grown over centuries

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The changing face of Glasgow’s famous Kelvingrove Museum