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A violin has been created from the branch of a tree, to honour war poet Siegfried Sassoon, and commemorate his ...

07/08/2017

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The Treasure Trove Unit will be visiting venues around Scotland this summer and autumn and are inviting members of ...

03/08/2017

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Forestry harvesters are set to remove 800 tons of non-native hemlock conifers at Chatelherault Country Park next ...

25/07/2017

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Dauvit (Davie) Broun, Professor of Scottish History at the University of Glasgow, has become one of 66 of the ...

21/07/2017

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The official trailer for season 3 of the time travel drama Outlander has been released by Starz and you can see it ...

20/07/2017

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The 700th anniversary of the granting of royal burgh status to the East Lothian town of Haddington will marked by ...

19/07/2017

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A historic agreement has been signed, agreeing a partnership between the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo and ...

18/07/2017

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The town of Paisley in Renfrewshire has become the only Scottish contender for the title of City of Culture 2021, ...

17/07/2017

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An Iron Age broch, a structure only found in Scotland, has been recreated in Lego by professional builders from ...

13/07/2017

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The Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre has been awarded a Historic Environment Scotland research ...

11/07/2017

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A family tartan has been specially designed and created for former US president Barack Obama to mark his first ...

04/07/2017

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Newly digitised material relating to the sinking of the Iolaire, when 205 naval ratings returning from World War I ...

30/06/2017

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