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Published on Aug 8, 2017
The world's biggest and best celebration of the arts, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, celebrates its 70th birthday this year with yet another spectacular, innovative and international variety of shows
In just a few weeks time a dream will come true with the birth of a new chapter in a long history as the Isle of Raasay Distillery opens its doors for business
Imagine having your own stretch of unspoilt beach complete with golden sands, smooth rounded pebbles, dramatic rocks and even a cave or two to explore.
It may not be a sun-kissed tropical paradise but a rare opportunity has arisen to own over 36 acres of prime real estate situated among the stunning landscape of North East Scotland
A private plane company is targeting wealthy residents and visitors to Scotland with a revolutionary fold-away aircraft capable of landing on water snow and land
The catch from Scotland's only wild, native oyster fishery is the focal point of a brand new seafood festival - being launched next month.
The three-day Stranraer Oyster Festival - believed to be the first of its type in Scotland - aims to encourage visitors to the town to celebrate the seafood heritage of Stranraer in south-west Scotland
A sharp increase in interest from overseas visitors has created something of a boom for Scotland's sporting estates.
Proud, unyielding and defiant three giants of men carved from stone stand guard over the rugged landscape of Glen Spean and beyond.
Unveiled in 1952 by Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother the statue commemorates the best of the best who became commandos during the Second World War
A puzzle dating back almost 1,500 years has been solved by archaeologists from Glasgow University.
Experts using the latest technology have uncovered conclusive evidence that a wooden hut associated with St Columba at the monastery on the island of Iona does indeed date to his lifetime in the sixth century AD.
A new strategy has been launched to make Scotland a more pollinator friendly place by protecting indigenous bee and butterfly populations.
Highland entrepreneurs Mary-Ann and Struart Thompson have a special interest in protecting Scotland's bee population.
They have built a successful business developing a range of bees-wax oil used for sports therapy, holistic and remedial massage treatments.
After centuries of being considered a poor man's mode of transport it appears that good old Shanks' pony is a very valuable asset indeed.
Every year thousands of people travel by air, sea or road to Scotland just to walk.