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National Records of Scotland has announced the launch of its new Web Continuity Service, a new web archive which ...

20/11/2017

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A new crowdfunding campaign has been launched with the aim of establishing the first tartan weaving mill in the ...

20/11/2017

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People who live in areas of Scotland with street names commemorating Britain are less likely to define themselves ...

17/11/2017

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The historic archive of Campbeltown Picture House – one of the first purpose built cinemas in Britain which opened ...

15/11/2017

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Historical materials and manuscripts relating to the history of chemistry at the University of St Andrews are to ...

10/11/2017

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Eilean Donan Castle has joined thirty Scottish landmarks which are lighting up poppy red in support of ...

06/11/2017

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A group of Russian school pupils have been welcomed to Glasgow University as part of a trip organised by the ...

06/11/2017

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A large carved Pictish stone has been discovered by workmen on Perth & Kinross Council's A9/A85 project. ...

03/11/2017

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Broadcaster and archaeologist Neil Oliver has spoken to The Scotsman about his reaction to criticism from the ...

03/11/2017

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Which person from Scottish history do you think should get a bronze plaque to celebrate their achievements? ...

02/11/2017

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A special discounted price for entry to the National Wallace Monument in Stirling will apply during the winter ...

30/10/2017

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The Keeper of the Registers of Scotland, Sheenagh Adams, has launched a new land information service today (25 ...

25/10/2017

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