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VIDEO: ‘Thank you, for everything’ – Huge outpouring of emotion from thousands of fans as Runrig play last ever shows
It was an emotional weekend for thousands of Scots music fans as one of the country's most famous and best-loved bands played their final ever shows.
Sir, – On a recent car journey from Perth to Oban I was intrigued to note, en route, the number of place names on road signs now indicating a Gaelic equivalent.
An international audience enjoyed the spectacle of the Strathmore Highland Games yesterday in the grounds of Glamis Castle. Visitors from around the world descended on the showground to be treated to a display of musical and athletic talent.
Scots have welcomed the arrival of a new emoji featuring a number of redheaded characters.
Much like the burly men birling the hammer, the Highland Games circuit is now in full swing with Markinch playing host to the latest festivities on Sunday.
Sir, - I was motivated to write in to your letters page following a number of negative comments featured recently relating to the Gaelic language.
Sir, - I am disappointed to see that there are still dyed-in-the-wool protagonists for the Gaelic language who are in denial of the reality and history of this minority language.
Sir, – I note that Jill Stephenson’s letter on the Gaelic signs debate in The Courier’s Boxing Day edition was another attempt to make Scotland fall into line with her version of British Nationalism.
Haggis will soon be getting sold in Canada for the first time in 46 years after one producer came up with a new recipe which is in line with the country's regulations.