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Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund to be opened up to Celtic Connections

Lifestyle
Visitors at the Edinburgh Festive Fringe. Picture: Jon Savage.

Nearly one in three Edinburgh Fringe workers are not paid

Lifestyle
A public consultation is seeking views on the future development of Water Row, a historically important street in Govan. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

A new future for Water Row - the old heart of Govan

Lifestyle
Tourists at Burns Cottage in Alloway. Picture: Rob McDougall

SNP MSP hails ‘economic impact’ of Robert Burns

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Mark Beaumont’s trek centre stage at Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival

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Whisky distilleries on the rise in England and Wales

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Date for Harry Potter pop-up bar in Edinburgh revealed

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Italian city restaurant shuts down after business slump

Lifestyle
House of Frasers has been snapped up following a bidding war.

Property developers buy iconic House of Fraser Princes Street store

News
The Bayeux Tapestry would be 'probably the most significant' loan of art by France to the UK, according to the British Museum (Picture: PA)

Leader comment: Rude UK must learn from Macron’s Bayeux diplomacy

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Artistic director Donald Shaw is at the helm of the 25th Celtic Connections, which launches on Thursday.

Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund to be opened up to Celtic Connections

Lifestyle
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

Lifestyle

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

News

Travel: Andorra, skiing

News

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
Artistic director Donald Shaw is at the helm of the 25th Celtic Connections, which launches on Thursday.

Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund to be opened up to Celtic Connections

Lifestyle
Mark Beaumont will speak at the Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival

Mark Beaumont’s trek centre stage at Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival

News

From songs to stamps: Robert Burns references in popular culture

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Joshua Bell performing with The Academy of St. Martin in the Fields

Music interview: US violin virtuoso Joshua Bell on reconnecting with his Scottish roots at the Usher Hall

Music

JK Rowling refutes claims that £4m pub inspired Harry Potter

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Bayeux Tapestry could be put on display in Britain

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Theatre review: The Attic, Festival Theatre Studio, Edinburgh

Theatre

Book review: Bloody January, by Alan Parks

Books
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

Opinion
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

Opinion
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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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