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  1. A barbecue unleashes my inner caveman ... except in Scotland where my sausage gets soggyRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    These are the moments in human history that set man against the elements - especially when that man is Scottish and the weather has earlier in the week/day/hour suggested the smoky sublimity of a big BBQ banquet. Whenever I think of a Bishopbriggs BBQ the James Taylor Classic "Fire and Rain" is on a constant loop.

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  2. Visitors urged to respect Loch Lomond National ParkRead the original story

    Friday | Kirkintilloch Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park is marking National Parks Week, which kicks off on Monday , by urging visitors to be considerate and responsible.

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  3. Crafting a new market: Scotland highlights opportunities for craft beer & tourismRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | BeverageDaily

    The Scottish craft beer industry has the potential to capitalize on the food and drink tourism market , and the national tourism organization has launched a special 'Spirit of Scotland' craft beer to highlight the opportunities. With 93% of visitors dining out in a restaurant, cafA or pub - and almost half sampling a local drink such as craft beer, gin or whisky - the market for craft beer tourism could be 'hugely significant,' says VisitScotland.

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  4. Cheers! Town's beer festival back againRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Lynn News

    Stuart House Hotel and Vancouver Round Table King's Lynn Beer Festival. LtoR, Sam Jones, Matt Roberts, landlord Dave Armes and Steve Lemmom.

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  5. Luss: Scotland's "most beautiful village" has links to brutal historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | The Daily Record

    BackA faced sheep were introduced to the Highlands at Glenmalloch Farm in 1749 and the population of Glen Luss was evicted to accommodate the sheep. This was where the infamous Highland Clearances began.

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  6. 'We need action on Discovery Centre'Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 21 | Buteman Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Members of Bute Conservation Trust have hit out at Visit Scotland, owners of the Isle of Bute Discovery Centre, following the tourist information's response to our story last week on maintenance works on the famous building.

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  7. Pioneering Service Design and UX Program ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | The Financial Mirror

    LONDON & EDINBURGH, Scotland-- -- A pioneering programme partnered by some of the best-of-class, design-led organisations in the UK takes place this September in the first instalment of a series of events focusing on service design and user experience taking place across the globe in 2016 and 2017.

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  8. Barr promises new Irn-Bru swaps sugar for flavourRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Sunday Herald

    FOR more than 100 years its makers have steadfastly refused to give away details of the secret ingredient in Scotland's other national drink. And while the recipe will continue to remain a mystery, the makers of Irn-Bru have created a new version of the UK's third most popular soft drink, the first for 35 years.

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  9. Pioneering Service Design and UX Programme a " - Design Safari' - " Showcases Design Journey...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Freshnews

    A pioneering programme partnered by some of the best-of-class, design-led organisations in the UK takes place this September in the first instalment of a series of events focusing on service design and user experience taking place across the globe in 2016 and 2017. Design Safari is a joint venture between two of the world's leading Service Design specialists - Snook and On-Off Group - and will focus in on how to create a modern design-led organisation in the face of widespread industry research showing that every company needs to harness Design to succeed in the 21st century - there has been a high demand for the limited places available on De-sign Safari and the organisers are encouraging applications to be made by early August.

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  10. Checklist: Scotland's must-do summer days outRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Sunday Herald

    Walk a mile in music's shoes, from Glasgow Royal Concert Hall to King Tut's, via Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow's Music Mile tour is a whistle-stop guide around the city centre, an area teeming with music venues past and present. Hear tales from the heyday of the late, lamented Apollo; check out the home of Celtic Connections and marvel at the many successful bands that started out at King Tut's.

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  11. 10 reasons why Scotland rocksRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2016 | Iol.co.za

    A land covered by craggy peaks topped with snow, highlanders in kilts fighting for supremacy and land, taffy 'coos' on the glen and the mysterious, elusive Loch Ness monster. I t is undoubtedly one of the most strikingly beautiful places on earth and steeped in history spanning thousands of years.

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  12. Mark Beaumont gets Wild about ArgyllRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Buteman Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Ultra adventurer Mark Beaumont will be returning to Bute's landscape as part of his latest challenge, 'Wild About Argyll'.

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  13. Scotland's biggest airports owned by tax haven firmsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Scotsman.com

    All three facilities were publicly owned until the British Airports Authority was privatised by Margaret Thatcher's Government in 1987. Edinburgh, the main hub for tourists visiting Scotland, is ultimately owned by a firm registered in the Cayman Islands, research by The Herald found.

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  14. A - Dazzling' CommemorationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | PaintSquare

    Dazzle camouflage may have been a functional painting method used on World War I ships to confuse the enemy's visual perception, but right now it's part of an eye-catching art project marking the centenary of the First World War in the U.K. Artist Ciara Phillips was commissioned by the Edinburgh Art Festival and 14-18 NOW to design and paint the fourth in a series of "dazzle ships" as part of its memorial arts program, the EAF site noted. In "Every Woman," artist Ciara Phillips put her own interpretation of the camouflage patterns, or dazzle painting, that adorned battle-ready ships in WWI on the MV Fingal as part of 14-18 NOW's centenary commemoration program.

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  15. Scots entrepreneur adds animal handling to corporate tool kits across UKRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | Sunday Herald

    IN this week's SME Focus we hear from a woman who has developed a UK business out of a venture she started in an empty greenhouse in the Central Belt. We are the UK's leading animal handling and lifelong learning company, providing innovative educational and entertainment services to a variety of business sectors.

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  16. Travel: Hotel Du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens, GlasgowRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 17 | Scotsman.com

    Kelvinside is a strong contender for the most exclusive district in Glasgow's fashionable west end. Its rows of Victorian tenements and town houses may resemble other trendy parts of town, but the examples around Great Western Road can be three times the size of anything in Hyndland.

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  17. Project offers Erskine Church new future as community hubRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 17 | Falkirk Herald

    Gina Fyffe founded petrochemical supply company Integra in 1989 and is now executive director of a business recognised as one of the largest players in the world market. With its headquarters in Singapore and offices in Brussels, Moscow, Houston, Beijing, Seoul, Riyadh and Brazil, hers is a high-powered job - but now the boss has turned her attention closer to home and planning to make sure one of the town's oldest churches has a part to play in community life for years to come.

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  18. Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Rangers, Dundee United, Michael McGovernRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | Newsday

    Northern Ireland goalkeeper Michael McGovern is set to join Norwich after turning down a new deal at Hamilton Accies. Martyn Waghorn, on target for Rangers in their win over Motherwell yesterday, insists he is no rush to leave Ibrox, having turned down the offer of a new contract.

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  19. Travel: 48 hours in ObanRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 16 | Scotsman.com

    Roll over the wee bridge and into the welcoming embrace of the Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa & Island , a private island with its own golf course and walking trails. The Deck is the new kid on the Eriska block.

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  20. Stronafyne FarmRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | FarmingUK

    Stronafyne Farm is an attractive amenity estate situated within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park adjacent to the hamlet of Succoth on the shores of Loch Long. The property is situated just to the north of the settlement of Arrochar, some 2 miles to the west of the village of Tarbet, which sits on the banks of Loch Lomond, a renowned tourist spot.

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