Five alive in popular Fife village of Peat Inn

A stunning five-bedroom home located close to the home of golf is now on the market. West House is a beautifully presented property in the...

A rural gem that’s still close to the big cities

Kirkfield Lodge is an attractive small holding in a rural location within commuting distance of Glasgow and Edinburgh.  This is a four-bedroom property, with dining...

Borders rugby legend Doddie Weir onhand for unveiling of new whisky

Doddie Weir, the Borders rugby legend who was recently diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease, was the guest of honour for the unveiling of the second...

Carcrabank Hill Farm goes on the market

Galbraith presents to the market Cacrabank Farm in Selkirk. This is an excellent hill farm with forestry potential extending to about 687.29 acres with cottage...
This image is FREE to use (first use) - Brick to the Past - Lego at Stirling Castle - Ava Green (8), from Broxburn, West Lothian, visits a brand new LEGO exhibition at Stirling Castle. The Jacobite Risings: The Fight for Britain’s Throne by Brick to the Past recreates key moments in Jacobite history in around one  million LEGO bricks, including over 2000 individual soldiers from both sides of the conflict as well as depictions of several of Scotland’s historic buildings all in the shadow of the Cairngorms mountain range. The exhibition, mounted in the Queen’s Outer Hall of the Castle, is on display for the first time in Scotland and will run until 2nd February 2018 - for further information please see or contact Claire Mullaney, Communications Officer, Historic Environment Scotland on 0131 668 8588 or 07881 512 379  or at - picture by Donald MacLeod - 04.12.2017 - 07702 319 738 - -

The plastic fantastic bringing Scottish history to life

Over one million Lego bricks have been used to bring Scottish history to life. Visitors to Stirling Castle will be able to step back in...
Picture: Young Champion Holly MacLean

Voting opens to decide the nation’s #ScotWord which will be revealed in the epic flaming finale of the Torchlight Procession at Edinburgh’s Hogmanay  

Final shortlist of possible #ScotWords as decided by the young people of Scotland announced in national campaign to choose one word which best answers the question – ‘What makes you proud to live in Scotland’  

Young people continue to lead the debate and now call for engagement across all generations as everyone in Scotland is encouraged to vote for their favourite #ScotWord in a public vote. Voting is now live via 
The #ScotWord which wins the public vote will form the stunning culmination of the iconic Torchlight Procession launching Edinburgh’s Hogmanay to the world 

Edinburgh’s Hogmanay puts the young people of Scotland centre stage heralding the start of the Year of Young People 2018 

What makes you proud to live in Scotland? #CULTURE #BRAW #WELCOME #HAME #ALIVE #DIVERSE #BONNIE 
Today, Edinburgh’s Hogmanay launched a nationwide vote to ask Scotland to choose its #ScotWord from these words which have been selected by the young people of Scotland.    
Young people have been the driving force behind #ScotWord from the outset of the campaign and in this exciting final phase now lead in widening the discussion around Scottish pride and facilitating intergenerational debate in homes, communities and online as the call is issued to everyone in Scotland to campaign and vote for their favourite #ScotWord.   
The vote is open until 17th December but the #ScotWord which wins the public vote won’t be revealed until the 30th December when it will form the stunning culmination of the iconic Torchlight Procession. This moment is set to launch Edinburgh’s Hogmanay to the world with a unique new image an

Voting opens to decide the nation’s #ScotWord

Edinburgh’s Hogmanay has launched a nationwide vote to ask Scotland to choose its #ScotWord from a selection which have been made by the young people...



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...