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A much-loved statue of Mary Queen of Scots has been restored and will be on display at Linlithgow Museum, as the ...

16/01/2019

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Scottish novelist Neil M Gunn, author of The Silver Darlings, died on 15 January 1973. ...

15/01/2019

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Greyfriars Bobby, the faithful terrier said to have kept vigil at his master's grave for fourteen years, died on ...

14/01/2019

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More than forty international academics and curators are to join a project led by the University of Glasgow, ...

14/01/2019

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The coming year looks set to be a great one for history publishing. Here, we present seven books we’re looking ...

14/01/2019

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The Independent Labour Party was founded by James Keir Hardie on 13 January 1893. ...

13/01/2019

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Scottish nobleman Alexander Ruthven was born on 12 January 1580.

12/01/2019

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Best-selling author and political campaigner Naomi Mitchison died on 11 January 1999 at the age of 101.

11/01/2019

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The new Mary Queen of Scots film, released in the UK on 18 January, was filmed at several locations in Scotland, ...

11/01/2019

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Thomas Lord Erskine, Scottish advocate, was born on 10 January 1750.

10/01/2019

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Ten scholars will explore material at the University of Glasgow through new fellowships on topics including ...

10/01/2019

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Historian and author Nigel Tranter, author of the MacGregor trilogy, died on 9 January 2000.

09/01/2019

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