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44 Scotland Street: At the Carl Gustav Jung Centre

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John Lennon and Yoko Ono, with their children, Julian, left, and Kyoko, on holiday at Durness, in Sutherland, in 1969. PIC: PA.

John Lennon and his holidays in the Scottish Highlands

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Alan McGee, founder of Creations Records.

Oasis mogul Alan McGee ‘talked out’ of buying Hearts

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A view of the Cairngorms on the tourist route.

Cairngorms Snow Roads scenic route plan on track

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The origins of Scotland’s city nicknames explained

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Medieval Scots castle on the market - for just £150,000

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25 developments which will change Edinburgh’s skyline

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Rent a pink Scottish castle for less than a London three-bed flat

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The former home of defunct wave power firm Pelamis is hosting its first temporary art exhibition. Picture: Chris Scott

Leith wave power plant reborn as Edinburgh exhibition space

Heritage

Brian Ferguson: State of theatres is Edinburgh’s modern disgrace

The waterslides and pools on The Getaway

Travel: Adventures in Miami and cruising the West Caribbean

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Trigony House Hotel near Thornhill

Travel: A luxury break to dog-friendly Trigony House Hotel, Dumfries and Galloway

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John Lennon and Yoko Ono, with their children, Julian, left, and Kyoko, on holiday at Durness, in Sutherland, in 1969. PIC: PA.

John Lennon and his holidays in the Scottish Highlands

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Cycling campaigners in the Highlands. Picture: Contributed

Campaign launched to make Inverness a cycle-friendly city

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A view of the Cairngorms on the tourist route.

Cairngorms Snow Roads scenic route plan on track

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Sandals Ochi beach resort, Jamaica

Take a break with Sandals Foundation and give something back

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Do Not Disturb: Trigony House Hotel, Closeburn, Dumfries and Galloway

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Travel: On the trail of the dogs and mushers racing in the Grand Odyssée in the Alps

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Travel: The state of the union in Baltimore and Washington DC

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Monarch of the Glen set to tour Scotland after being secured for the nation

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44 Scotland Street: At the Carl Gustav Jung Centre

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Tamzene

Under the Radar: Tamzene

Music
The former Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh building could be used for music, drama and arts events. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Former Edinburgh Royal Infirmary building in frame to host arts festival

Culture

Interview: Samantha Womack

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Music: The SCO, The Sixteen & Harry Christophers

Music

Juicy lineup lets Collins rip it up live in 6 Music’s festival

Music

Music: Marti Pellow

Music

Every major TV show of 2017 - and when they’re on

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Wetherspoons customers will soon be able to order drinks via their phone without going to the bar.

Drinkers at Wetherspoons can now order drinks by phone

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10 essential ways to enhance your Netflix experience

TV & Radio
David Tennant plays the Scottish psychiatrist RD Laing in his latest movie Mad To Be Normal.

David Tennant closes Glasgow Film Festival with RD Laing biopic

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The Assault Bikes fan creates extra resistance. Picture: PA

5 growing exercise trends to look out for in 2017

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Val McDermkd took part in a workshop with scientists & medical experts before writing the Radio 4 thriller "Resistance."

Real-life concerns of scientists inspire Val McDermid drama on deadly outbreak

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New study is said to be the first with conclusive evidence on the effects of vaping

Leader comment: Maximise the good vaping does

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Spa Spy: Dermapen, Collagen Induction and Scar Repair Therapy at Aesthetica, Edinburgh

Health

T in the Park chief says he wants to take the event back to Strathallan

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Lily Jencks on success of Maggie’s Centres 20 years on

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The billions spent on flowers dont say much about womens real status in the family. Picture: Getty/iStockphoto

Dani Garavelli: Mother’s Day can’t make up for the other 364

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One in five of Scotland's children are living in poverty.

Shona Cardle: Sick children can cause extra hardship

Opinion
Many mothers would be glad of time with their loved ones rather than cards and flowers

Nadine Pierce: Maybe mums would just like some family time

Opinion
Children are not being allowed to play outside until age 10. Picture: Contributed

Average age for allowing kids to play outside alone is 10

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Children are not being allowed to play outside until age 10. Picture: Contributed

Children not allowed to "play out" until age ten

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More than two-thirds of parents worry about how they can save for costs which might occur. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

New baby costs a third of salary as parents pay £184 a week

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Nearly half of children believe they should be getting more pocket money. (PA Photo/thinkstockphotos)

Pocket money highest since 2007 - but children demand more

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Mum’s the Word

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Mum’s the Word

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Martin Crewe: Education alone will not close attainment gap

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Parenthood helps you live longer, according to new research

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The main energy providers have all made huge price hike announcements, so comparing what you  pay  is  more important than ever
Picture: PA

Martin Lewis: Don’t pay the price of the big six rip-off

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In his Budget last week, Chancellor Philip Hammond announced that the new dividend allowance is to be cut to �2,000, starting in April 2018. Picture: Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images

Gareth Shaw: Dividend tax hacks to outwit Hammond

Opinion
Lesley Titcomb. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

The Big Interview: Lesley Titcomb, chief executive of The Pensions Regulator

Personal Finance

‘Bank of mum and dad’ pay out a third more to children

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Gareth Shaw: Follow the yellow brick road to pension freedom

Opinion

Car insurance set to soar after changes to compensation rules

Companies

Martin Lewis: It’s worth claiming what you’re entitled to

Personal Finance
Knockhall Castle

Medieval Scots castle on the market - for just £150,000

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Commercial property: public projects produce stunning results

Homes & Gardens
Lymphoy House is said to be haunted by the ghost of a 'gliding white lady'. Picture: Savills.

‘Haunted’ 16th century house in Currie on market for £1.25m

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