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The official archives of Homecoming Scotland 2009 are now on display at an exhibition in the National Archives of Scotland.
A RIFT a the top of Edinburgh City Council over the trail of debts left in the wake of The Gathering during the Year of Homecoming has emerged after the deputy leader revealed that he had supported a controversial rescue deal which later collapsed.
THE rights to The Gathering which were once valued at £100,000 have been sold off for just £6000 – to Stirling.
ALEX Salmond has been forced to defend his role in controversial attempts to rescue The Gathering.
PARTY leaders at the City Chambers were today locked in a bitter war of words as The Gathering storm deepened.
A DOZEN small businesses still owed money following the troubled Gathering event have joined forces to threaten legal action against the council.
THE man behind the Gathering event told The Scotsman that he still wants to work in tourism.
THE SNP Government and Edinburgh Council have been threatened with court action by creditors owed tens of thousands of pounds for helping to stage a troubled Highland clans event, The Scotsman can reveal.
The First Minister and his former culture secretary have conceded that a loan given to bail out a troubled tourism venture should have been publicised more widely.
THE First Minister and his former culture secretary have conceded that a loan given to bail out a troubled tourism venture should have been publicised more widely.
The storm over The Gathering has taken another twist after deputy council leader Steve Cardownie told MSPs he had not approved a press release announcing that the city would take over the troubled event, despite being quoted in it.
COUNCIL leaders have been accused of a "cock-up or cover up" after telling MSPs that a misleading statement claiming a tourism body would cover the debts of a troubled Highland clans event was sent out without their approval.
THE First Minister has been summoned to a Holyrood committee to face questions about his role in delivering a rescue package for The Gathering during Scotland's 2009 Year of Homecoming.
A LEADING Scottish businessman who quit a top tourism body after a row about a rescue package for the loss-making Gathering event has said he is "happy" to give evidence to a Holyrood committee inquiry.
THE mandarin in charge of the Scottish civil service when the Scottish Government authorised the controversial £180,000 loan to The Gathering said he did not see anything wrong with bailing out the showpiece event.
A LEADING Scottish businessman who quit a top tourism body in protest at the handling of a controversial rescue package for the flagship event of the Homecoming celebrations is to be called to give evidence at a Holyrood probe.
ALEX Salmond is to face a grilling by a Holyrood committee over why public money was used to "bail out" the showpiece clan gathering event during Scotland's Year of Homecoming.
FIRST Minister Alex Salmond will appear before MSPs investigating the way public money was spent on a showpiece Highland gathering, he told MSPs today.
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