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Scottish Golfers win Phoenix Cup

Scottish Golfers win Phoenix Cup

Team Scotland win the 28th Phoenix Cup (Credit: Scottish Disability Golf & Cricket) Team Scotland have won the Phoenix Cup golf competition at the Forest of Arden near Birmingham, defeating teams fae England, the United States an Wales. Nearly 60 golfers competed...

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World Pipe Band Champions 2022

World Pipe Band Champions 2022

A huge congratulations tae the Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band on being announced as the World Pipe Band Champions 2022. It is the 13th time the Northern Irish band hiv been crowned World Champions, wi the Inverary & District Pipe Band finishing runners-up an...

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Glasgow Hosts World Pipe Band Championships

Glasgow Hosts World Pipe Band Championships

The finals o the World Pipe Band Championships are being held in Glasgow tomorrow (Image: The World Pipe Band Championships) The two day World Pipe Band Championships will come tae a close tomorrow wi a seires o finals being held on Glasgow Green. The 2022...

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Jacobite Collection tae Open at Perth Library

Jacobite Collection tae Open at Perth Library

A collection including significant artefacts fae the time o the Jacobites is set tae open next month at a library in Perth.

The 1745 Association Collection will become publicly accessible at the AK Bell Library fae the 9th September, wi…

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Nominations for Scots Language Awards Open

Nominations for Scots Language Awards Open

Nominations close on the 14th August. Bi Hands Up for Trad Jine us tae celebrate Scots language and culture wi a gaitherin o kenspeckle fowk fae aw the airts includin Award Winnin Comedian, Bruce Fummey and former Scots Scriever and poet, Hamish Macdonald at the...

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Piping Live! Festival Kicks Aff in Glasgow

Piping Live! Festival Kicks Aff in Glasgow

The world’s largest piping festival kicked aff in Glasgow on Saturday, wi a programme o musical events running until Sunday 14th August.

This year’s Piping Live! will showcase world-class performances, music sessions, recitals, talks, competitions…

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Popular Scots poems converted intae films

Popular Scots poems converted intae films

Credit: Scots Hoose Primary Scots Hoose hiv created a series o films in collaboration wi the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, which bring 20 popular Scots poems tae life. The new collection includes famous wirks fae the likes o JK Annand an Robbie Burns, wi readings o...

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Doric Film Festival Celebrates “A Sense o Time”

Doric Film Festival Celebrates “A Sense o Time”

A unique event which showcases Doric language an culture through the medium o film reached its traditional conclusion wi a showcase event on Royal Deeside on Friday 24th June. The third annual Doric Film Festival invited individuals, groups an schools tae create short...

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Third Doric Film Festival – On Show – Wi A Sense o Time

Third Doric Film Festival – On Show – Wi A Sense o Time

Buddin film makers are gettin ready tae step intae the spotlight at the third Doric Film Festival. Spearheaded bi the team at the award-winnin Scots Radio platform, the Doric Film Festival invited entries celebratin the Doric language an culture, fae schools,...

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Scots Language Publication Grant 2022

Scots Language Publication Grant 2022

The recipients o the Scots Language Publication Grant were announced on Monday wi some familiar names mixed in wi some new ones. The new titles which will be supported bi the Grant…

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Congratulations tae James Robertson

Congratulations tae James Robertson

Congratulations tae the author James Robertson who has been awarded with the Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction for his buik, ‘News of the Dead’. It is based in North-East Scotland, telling the stories o the fictional Glen Conach…

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