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Remembering Elvis in Scotland on 40th anniversary of his death

News
Mousa Broch, in Shetland, is the best preserved of the 500 brochs found across the north of Scotland. Picture: Wikicommons

Caithness digs deep to discover secrets of its brochs

Tech
Clava Cairns near Inverness. Picture: Creative Commons/ Elliot Simpson

Outlander fans swarm Clava Cairns - site that inspired the show

People & Places

Obituary: Charles (Chuck) Hay, farmer who became first Scot to win curling world championship

Obituaries

World Gold Panning Championships get under way in Moffat

Odd

Brian Ferguson: Edinburgh’s Festivals should seriously consider starting in July

Palace of Holyroodhouse : Palace of Holyroodhouse: Royal Collection Trust/� Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2017. Photographer: Sandy Young

Jacobite journeys: 6 places not to be missed

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A gem: The Anchor at Johnshaven

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Do Not Disturb: The Anchor, Johnshaven, Aberdeenshire

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Aerial view of the old town in Valencia from the Serranos Gate. Picture: Getty Images

Travel: Valencia

News
The popularity of Outlander, and its use of Gaelic, has helped spark a tourism boom in Scotland. Picture: Starz

Scotland enjoys tourism boost thanks to interest in Gaelic

Travel 1

Travel: Escape to the White Tower in Aberfeldy

News

Fold-away luxury aircraft makers target Scotland

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Busiest month ever for Scots airports

News
Andrew O'Hagan was delivering a keynote lecture at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.

Andrew O'Hagan: Britain 'smashed' by Brexit and Scotland under threat

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Alexander McCall Smith revealed plans to turn his No 1 Ladies Detective Agency novel into a musical.

Alexander McCall Smith reveals plans for stage musical

Books
Philip Deverell, Creative Scotland's director of strategy, says the organisation is "keenly aware" of barriers to progression in the industry.

Half of women in Scottish cultural sector say their gender has held them back

Lifestyle
Judy Murray was appearing at the Edinburgh International Book Festival today.

Judy Murray fears Andy may not play 'for much longer'

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Fringe Preview: Amy Conway’s Super Awesome World gamifies mental health challenges

Gadgets & Gaming
Do you use Facebook to silently 'watch' your friends?

The real reason you cannot quit Facebook

News
Some video games could be worth a fortune.

Introducing the old video games that could be worth thousands

News

Xbox One X: Microsoft unveils ‘worlds most powerful’ 4K games console

News
Research on students playing video games suggests they may help with a range of skills useful in the workplace.

Video games may boost brain power and job prospects

Tech 1
Drivers urged to ask if their journey is really necessary

Killer fumes blamed for road deaths

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Some foreign clinics may have lower standards than at home. Picture: Getty Images.

Jackie Partridge: Cosmetic surgery tourists face health risk

Opinion
Rebekah Faldon at the bar with a detox smoothie. Picture: Taymouth Marina/Facebook

Perthshire resort offering first teetotal stag and hen parties

Perth
Luke and Hazel Robertson plan to kayak a total of 700 miles, cycle 650 miles, then run 550 miles as cross the frozen Alaskan wilderness

Scots couple in ‘world-first’ bid to cross Alaska

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Keith Robson: Don’t forget the old when you vote

Opinion 3

Scots piping star's secret five-year battle with medical condition

News 1

Kevan Christie: Cycling is healthy but it does carry other risks

Opinion 2

Olympic champion Callum Skinner in plea over stolen bikes

News
Bullying is the top concern for parents as children head back to school.

School bullying biggest worry for parents, says charity

Education
Corporal punishment in the 1890s. Picture: Hulton/Getty

Leader: Have the courage to ban smacking

Opinion 3
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Family: Janet Christie’s Mum’s the Word

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Family: Janet Christie’s Mum’s the Word

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Family: Janet Christie’s Mum’s the Word

News
Richard Meade, Marie Curie Head of Policy and Public Affairs, Scotland

Richard Meade: Waiting months for benefits is unfair if you only have a short time left

Opinion

Regina Erich: No such thing for Scots as too much information

Opinion 1

Family: Janet Christie’s Mum’s the Word

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Family: Janet Christie’s Mum’s the Word

Opinion

Family: Janet Christie’s Mum’s the Word

Opinion
The power of marketing and advertising gimmicks means most people will know what businesses these characters represent, and what their websites offer

Gareth Shaw: Price comparison sites empower people

Opinion

Martin Lewis: Steer clear of holiday car hire pitfalls

Opinion

Bank of Scotland shakes up overdraft charges for customers

Financial 1