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Capital venues celebrate big birthdays

There is sometimes a misconception that once the carnivalesque atmosphere and crowds of the Edinburgh Festival have evaporated, and the...

Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Glasgow

  We all know that 2014 is going to be a huge year for Glasgow, with the XX Commonwealth Games,...

WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Wild haggis captured on film!

In a world first, VisitScotland confirmed today the sighting of a wild haggis, a species native to Scotland which is...

Snouting out snowdrops

Did you know that pigs have a penchant for gardening? Neither did I! It turns out that they play an...

Mammoth fun at new National Museum of Scotland exhibition

What’s big with lots of hair and soon to be at the National Museum of Scotland? Fear not, you are...

Embrace your inner Viking at the Shetland's Fire Festival

Winged helmets, fur-trimmed tunics, flaming torches and rousing music – the people of Shetland are certainly a fiery lot and know...

The world is gearing up for the Glasgow 2014 Opening Ceremony

It’s Wednesday 23 July 2014 and tens of thousands of people are eagerly taking their seats in Celtic Park stadium to watch history...

Rough Guides and The Telegraph name Glasgow top city to visit in 2014

Glasgow’s reputation as a must-see destination has got off to a flying start in the New Year, hailed by both...

Brilliant Moments on your doorstep in 2014

2014 arrived in style here in Scotland with traditional Hogmanay fireworks, street parties, ceilidhs and fire festivals to see in...

New Year’s resolutions with a Scottish twist

With the year drawing to a close and Hogmanay just a few days away, no doubt many of us have...

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