Last updated Monday November 26 at 20:35 BST
The National Trust for Scotland is working with Historic Scotland to transform the site by 2014.
It is hoped £10,000 can be raised to clear the trenches, which were used to train soldiers in World War One.
Alex Johnstone served with the Black Watch in Africa and France.
Carbisdale Castle in the Highlands has been closed since it was flood-damaged nearly two years ago.
Work at Stracathro, near Brechin, has found the church in which Balliol abdicated the throne.
Money from the Wellcome Trust has helped researchers study the work of psychiatrist and others.
The first man on the moon, who died in August, was proud of his Scottish heritage.
Ahead of the unveiling of the Hillhead subway station mural, we look at the work of the West End favourite.
The People of Medieval Scotland (PoMS) project catalogued over 21,000 individuals mentioned in 8600 documents.
The castle, which is run by Historic Scotland, reopened its palace apartments to the public last June following a £12m restoration.
On the 40th anniversary of the tragedy, Glasgow's Lord Provost unveiled a memorial to 11 firefighters.
A memorial to the seven firefighters who died in the 1972 blaze will be unveiled.
Alistair Moffat from Scotland’s DNA will deliver the results of the project at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
The two hangings will be available to view at the Scottish Parliament until September 8.
£9m Battle of Bannockburn project will bring world class visitor attraction to Scotland.
The campaign for the memorial is hoping to raise £200,000 for the project in Lanarkshire.
Duke of Cambridge has been installed as a Knight of the Thistle at a service at St Giles Cathedral.
The display at the National Library of Scotland will coincide with American Independence Day.
Red Lichties will hold procession in Arbroath on Saturday which will finish with a Spitfire flypast.
St Bernard's Well on the Water of Leith was built in 1789.