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The re-enactment at St Mary’s Cathedral is part of a programme to celebrate the large Battle of Prestonpans tapestry.
306 schools throughout the country took part in a six-week competition to design the official tartan for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
The National Trust goes back in time with a jousting tournament at Castle Fraser in Inverurie on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 July, with highlights of...
Among the 21,000 performers are John Malkovich, Flawless and Al Murray.
Celebrate Kate Middleton and Prince William’s wedding with Royal inspired activities taking place in Scotland’s capital this weekend.
Interview: STV meets author Mark Smith ahead of his appearance at Aye Write! to find out about the life of Hershl Sperling.
Events held across the country commemorating the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp.
Hippodrome cinema in Bo'ness to hold new annual event in March.
The music festival is back this August with a whole host of breath-catching performances from acts including Capercaillie and friends, as well as...
There were more than 40 countries represented at the 2009 Gathering in Edinburgh as Scotland's long-departed children made their way home.
The Chief of the Name of Scott, the Duke of Buccleuch, welcomed his kinsfolk back to the Borders at The Gathering
Attending the Gathering in Edinburgh, the chief of Clan MacNab explained some of the history of his family to STV.
As chief of Clan Elliot, Margeret Elliot stood out at the great Gathering of the clans in Edinburgh as one of only seven lady chiefs in attendance.
The message from the 16th chief of the Clan Durie to the possible members of his clan throughout the world was simple enough: “Get in touch.”
Attending the Gathering in Edinburgh, Scottish-Australian clan chief Sir Wayne Broun says it's high time Australian youngsters learn about their...
The 13th Duke of Argyll, the chief of Clan Campbell, was the youngest yet most senior of all the Scottish clan chiefs who attended the historic 2009...
The Gathering got off to a perfect start in Edinburgh on Saturday as over 20,000 people and 125 clans enjoyed brilliant sunshine and a family...
Prince Charles today officially opened Scotland’s largest ever highland games and clan meeting as the Homecoming’s Gathering got under way in...
It all started in Scotland, but can the return of the wandering clans at the Gathering inject life back into the homeland?
It's that time of year again, where Scots are put in the spotlight for their exceptional achievements. Yes, it's time to vote for the Top Scot 2008.