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Edinburgh City Council is being asked to consider naming a street after World War One heroine Elsie Inglis, to ...

18/08/2016

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Volunteers at Montrose Air Station have been celebrating the completion of a replica of a biplane which made a ...

16/08/2016

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The Young Academy of Scotland has been inviting people from around Scotland to submit their #AspirationalAdvice to ...

16/08/2016

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An appeal has been launched to save an ancient tree mentioned in Shakespeare's Macbeth, following storm damage to ...

15/08/2016

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An Inverness-born soldier is set to take a central role at this year’s Highland Military Tattoo in Fort George, ...

10/08/2016

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Pioneers in the fields of science, engineering, entertainment, architecture and the advancement of women's rights ...

08/08/2016

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Visitors are invited to watch three David Allan paintings being cleaned at historic Alloa Tower. ...

02/08/2016

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The winner of this year’s BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award, Brìghde Chaimbeul has been given the Lone Piper role at ...

27/07/2016

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An early work by Edward Hornel is now hanging at the National Trust for Scotland’s Broughton House in ...

25/07/2016

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Two professors at the University of St Andrews are among the 42 new Fellows named by the British Academy, in ...

21/07/2016

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Historic Environment Scotland have challenged a group of top travel bloggers to visit as many historic sites as ...

21/07/2016

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Floral tributes from Robert Burns fans around the world have been installed at the Burns Monument in Alloway ahead ...

20/07/2016

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