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Best properties for sale in Edinburgh’s west end

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The likeness of Robert Burns can be found on everything from postcards to tea towels. Picture: Rob McDougall

From songs to stamps: Robert Burns references in popular culture

Books
VisitScotland director Paul Bush is one of Scotland's leading festivals and events experts.

Scottish festival organisers told they may have to rely on crowdfunding in future

Lifestyle

Red Cross designer bridal dresses star in fashion charity show

Lifestyle

Music review: BBC SSO: Hear & Now, City Halls, Glasgow

Music

Music interview: Django Django on their eclectic new album, Marble Skies

Music
Kenny Docherty casts from the banks of the river Tay. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

River Tay salmon fishing season gets underway

Outdoors
Do you ever imagine your GORE-TEX jacket in a landfill site in a few decades time, stubbornly refusing to biodegrade?

Patagonia brings its Worn Wear gear-fixing workshops to Scotland

Outdoors
VisitScotland director Paul Bush is one of Scotland's leading festivals and events experts.

Scottish festival organisers told they may have to rely on crowdfunding in future

Lifestyle
World Trade Center skyscraper and skyline of Manama City, Kingdom of Bahrain, Middle East

Travel: Bahrain, the ‘Pearl of the Gulf’

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The unmistakable exterior of The Beaumont features a self-portrait sculpture, ROOM, by artist Antony Gormley.

Travel: The Beaumont, London

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Video: Six of the most beautiful Scottish postcard views

Travel

Video: When is the best time of year to visit Scotland?

Travel

Video: Five of the best one-day road trips to take in Scotland

Travel

Travel: Perth and the Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia

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Travel: Doubletree by Hilton Edinburgh – Queensferry Crossing, North Queensferry

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Travel: Andorra, skiing

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Travel: The Four Seasons Hotel, St Fillans

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River Tay salmon fishing season gets underway

Outdoors
Do you ever imagine your GORE-TEX jacket in a landfill site in a few decades time, stubbornly refusing to biodegrade?

Patagonia brings its Worn Wear gear-fixing workshops to Scotland

Outdoors
Scottish skiing pioneer Jim Robertson PIC: Ashie Brebner

Early days of Scottish skiing remembered in Ashie Brebner’s new book, Beyond the Secret Howff

Outdoors

Video: When is the best time of year to visit Scotland?

Travel
The likeness of Robert Burns can be found on everything from postcards to tea towels. Picture: Rob McDougall

From songs to stamps: Robert Burns references in popular culture

Books
VisitScotland director Paul Bush is one of Scotland's leading festivals and events experts.

Scottish festival organisers told they may have to rely on crowdfunding in future

Lifestyle
Conductor Ilan Volkov

Music review: BBC SSO: Hear & Now, City Halls, Glasgow

Music
Django Django

Music interview: Django Django on their eclectic new album, Marble Skies

Music

Music preview: Big Country’s Bruce Watson prepares to celebrate 35 years of the band’s iconic debut album The Crossing at Celtic Connections

Music

Theatre preview: Fleur Darkin and Jemima Levick on blending theatre and dance in The Lover, their new production for the Royal Lyceum

Theatre

Aidan Smith: The second coming of punk is here

Opinion

Album reviews: The Skids | Neil Young | Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Music
A new year financial makeover will be good for your wallet, peace of mind and future as you make sensible saving and investment choices

Vicky Shaw: Changing financial habits can pay off

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Parents and grandparents may feel money is the best present for children, either to spend or to stash away for some future use, so being up to speed on the most generous bank and building society accounts is a must to make the most of Santas generosity. PICTURE: GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO

Martin Lewis: Where to invest the kids’ hard cash presents

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Many actively choose to rent, recognising that the flexibility offered through being a tenant is better for their circumstances.

Rental revolution brings good news for Scotland

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According to Donaldson, the Law Society of Scotland claims that conveyancing transactions are a hot target for money launderers because it can happen quite fast and can often hide behind complex money transactions.

Edinburgh firms helps fight against money-laundering

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Scam alert: Police Scotland warning after fraudsters steal £140,000

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Gareth Shaw: Chancellor thinks outside the box in Budget

Opinion

Top tips for shoppers ahead of Black Friday

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