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Two Yanks in Scotland – Part One

OUR 2016 TRIP One of the most delightful Scots’ expressions is ‘Haste Ye Back’ – which translates as ‘hurry up...

14 must-enjoy experiences in the east of Scotland

We’d like to introduce you to Tay Country, an area of beautiful beaches and serene glens, with a buzzing culture...

Dundee named in Lonely Planet’s ‘Best in Europe 2018’

One of Scotland’s spectacular seven cities, Dundee is a dynamic and friendly place that boasts incredible attractions, sights, world-renowned creations...

12 iconic Scottish bridges

There is an impressive range of bridges in Scotland, many of which were designed by Scots and built by Scottish...

Jings, crivens and help ma boab! Oor Wullie and the Broons are 80!

Aye, the iconic wee Scottish laddie, Oor Wullie, and “the happy family that makes every family happy”, the Broons, are...

Dundee: the UK’s first UNESCO City of Design

Having built a reputation over the last two centuries as a hub for innovation  and known as ‘One City Many...

Comics, quizzes and cosplay at Glasgow Comic Con 2014

If the words “jings”, “crivens” and “help ma Boab” mean anything to you, you’ll know that comics have been an important...

Talking about GENERATION

GENERATION is an ambitious free arts programme running until 30 November and is part of Homecoming Scotland 2014 CELEBRATING 25 YEARS of contemporary...

Mother's Day – explore the power behind the throne

There’s plenty ways to celebrate Mother’s Day this weekend, whether it’s with flowers, chocolates or afternoon tea. But you can...

Scotland's Puppet Animation Festival turns 30

Scotland’s Puppet Animation Festival has been delighting kids from the Scottish Borders to Shetland for exactly three decades now, making...

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