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Members of the Glasgow & District Burns Association and the Jean Armour Burns Trust will lay wreaths at the foot ...

19/01/2017

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A handwritten love song which Robert Burns wrote to his departed love Agnes McLehose is to go on display in ...

18/01/2017

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A series of events taking place at the Burns Birthplace Museum in January will mark the annual Burns Night ...

17/01/2017

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Sightings of the Scottish Wildcat, one of the UK's most endangered species, have been confirmed at Drum Castle and ...

09/01/2017

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More than 200,000 birth, marriage and death records have been released today onto the Scotlands People website. ...

05/01/2017

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A 250-year-old census showing the earliest recorded list of the population of the island of St Kilda has been ...

30/12/2016

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A new £6M project will see a permanent base created for the Great Tapestry of Scotland to be on public display. ...

22/12/2016

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Members of the public are invited to share their favourite recipes for inclusion in a historical cookbook which ...

15/12/2016

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Michael Nevin, chairman of the 1745 Association, has put forward a new theory about when, where and why, a ...

12/12/2016

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A rare first-edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, featuring personal anecdotes and illustrations ...

05/12/2016

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An intricately decorated sword and targe which belonged to Bonnie Prince Charlie are two of the historic items on ...

28/11/2016

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A new documentary takes a look at some of the 12 million objects which are cared for by National Museums Scotland ...

28/11/2016

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