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The New Year’s Day Triathlon and Edinburgh’s Dogmanay will take place on January 1, 2013.
The 11,300-tonne aft section of hull for HMS Queen Elizabeth will be carried on a 600-mile journey.
Edinburgh Zoo's 11 meerkats were treated to a spooky treat.
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Harbour seal pup Leif was reunited with his mother and brother at St Andrews Aquarium in Fife.
Callum Richardson, owner of The Bay Fish and Chips, is delighted at Scottish win and looks to national glory.
The bunker, at Eassie near Arbroath, was designed to be used by Royal Observer Corps volunteers to give early warnings of enemy attacks
The annual event, which features a range of displays of current and historic aircraft, is this year marking the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
The City of Edinburgh Council will also present Sir Chris Hoy with the Freedom of the City on the same day.
The Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh reopened in December 2011 after a two-year transformation costing £17.6m.
The programme includes a new exhibition of large-scale architect's models alongside recitals, guided walks and performances
Yang Guang celebrated his first birthday on Scottish soil since arriving last December.
Aberdeen Airport commissioned the YouTube video to encourage more tourists to the north-east.
The £125m venue will open next year and is expected to attract around a million visitors a year.
Jayendra has been moved from Bristol Zoo to join Kamlesh in Scotland's capital.
The mischief-maker is part of the programme celebrating Scotland's achievements.
The contents of the New York home of television producers the Taffners will go on sale.
The Scottish Owl Centre has relocated to Polkemmet Country Park in West Lothian.
Local group hoping to re-open Tarlair Pool in Macduff which was once a haven for tourists.
The two 3000-year-old mummies were assembled with body parts from several corpses.
Dundee-based Advanced Pest Solutions has predicted a surge in midges.