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Scottish Field magazine is looking for a new Scottish music reviewer. If you're interested in reviewing Scottish music then please email Richard Bath, the magazine's...

Scottish slave trade film premieres in Glasgow

A FILM that explores Scotland's connections with the slave trade will have its UK premiere at Glasgow Film Theatre. Lagareh – The Last Born, which...

Morrison’s Academy upgrades playgrounds and rooms

PUPILS at Morrison's Academy in Crieff are enjoying two new playgrounds, which were built over the summer. The independent school has created the pair of...

Queen’s cortege prepares for final journey

THE Queen's cortege will leave St Giles' Cathedral and process to Edinburgh airport this afternoon. Thousands of people are expected to line the route from...

Dumfries and Galloway soil and rock turned into art

ROCKS and soil gathered in Dumfries and Galloway has been used to create works of art for a forthcoming exhibition, Made Ground. Arts organisation Cample...

The Queen to lie at rest in St Giles Cathedral tonight

MEMBERS of the public will pay their last respects to the Queen today as her body lies at rest in St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh....

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HRH Prince Charles with Ian Urquhart Signing First Cask at Benromach.

Former Gordon & MacPhail chief Ian Urquhart dies following an illness

Scotch whisky legend Ian Urquhart has died aged 76. The Moray based businessman died peacefully on 15 March after an illness, with his family by...
Ewan, Jamie, Charlie and Lachlan Maclean.

Charles Maclean: Whisky writer launches new charity dram with his sons

Scotland's leading whisky writer Charles Maclean has launched a new dram - and every bottle sold will give at least one person clean water for...
Chef Tom Kitchin. Credit Marc Miller

Me and My Dram, Tom Kitchin: ‘You have to be in the right moment to enjoy whisky, that’s the magic of it’

Following a rocky start, celebrity chef Tom Kitchin has fostered an enduring love for whisky, finds Morag Bootland. He sits down with us for the latest...
The first legal dram from the Outer Hebridean Isle of Harris, The Hearach offers an elegant single malt, with fruit and floral notes and a long, slightly smoky, finish.

Isle of Harris: Distillery releases four new batches of the long awaited Hearach whisky

Last year the first batches of the long awaited Isle of Harris whisky sold out in less than five hours – after more than 25,000...
Rosebank Distillery.

Rosebank Distillery: ‘King of the Lowlands’ ready to re-open with 100-year-old mill still used in whisky production

It was closed three decades ago in 1993, but now the ‘King of the Lowlands’, Rosebank Distillery is to reopen.  The historic distillery has been...
The lights are on at the still house of Port Ellen distillery after 40 years.

Port Ellen: The rebirth of Scotland’s legendary ghost distillery

The rebirth of Port Ellen distillery has been eagerly anticipated for years by the whisky community across the globe.  Perhaps the most legendary of all...