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Heritage tourists say they would prefer emerging immersive technologies at major sites in Scotland to keep strong ...

22/03/2019

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State of the art survey techniques have revealed the severity of water damage to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s ...

18/03/2019

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Outlander author Diana Gabaldon will be honoured at the Scottish Thistle Awards tonight (14 March), as a new ...

14/03/2019

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Professor Tanja Bueltmann, a global authority on Scotland's worldwide diaspora, will deliver a lecture titled ...

08/03/2019

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Remarkable images of pioneers boring through rocky mountainsides during the construction of the Katrine Aqueduct ...

01/03/2019

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More than 10,000 historic photographs of Methodist buildings around Britain form the core of the launch of a new ...

28/02/2019

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Jacob’s Ladder, the steep pathway carved into the volcanic rock of Calton Hill, has today reopened, following ...

26/02/2019

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Kylesku Bridge has been renamed in Gaelic to mark its new Category A structure status, and to recognise the ...

14/02/2019

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Three new galleries at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh open to the public on 8 February, completing a ...

06/02/2019

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A giant bronze statue of Sir William Wallace that adorns the Wallace Monument is to be moved for the first time in ...

06/02/2019

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A plague of moths is threatening to harm the historic collection at Newhailes House near Musselburgh and the ...

04/02/2019

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Pioneering alumni who battled to improve the workplace for women are being honoured to mark the University of ...

01/02/2019

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