"Scotland" Blogs & Blog Posts

mooch photographymooch photography

Landscape photography of Oxfordshire and beyond.

 
MuzzerinoMuzzerino

Words of wisdom from an expat Scot in Aotearoa New Zealand

 
Tinned TomatoesTinned Tomatoes

Vegetarian food that will please everyone. Tasty pasta dishes, comfortin...

 
Trabant 601Trabant 601

My thoughts on life, culture, books, art, music, plus my photography and a ...

 
Spirit of OrkneySpirit of Orkney

The Orkney archipelago is made up of around 70 islands situated off the Nor...

 
Janey Godley’s BlogJaney Godley’s Blog

Award-winning Blog, since 2004, which provides an astoundingly honest, cand...

 


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The Museum of Scotland has been caught up in a row about whether it has permission to exhibit a casing stone from an Egyptian pyramid. The block that the National Museum of Scotland claims is part of the Great Pyramid's casing [Credit: National Mus...

A newly-identified Recumbent Stone Circle has been recorded on a farm in Scotland's Aberdeenshire, in the parish of Leochel-Cushnie. The stone circle in Aberdeenshire has come to the attention of archaeologists for the first time - despite it being...

Late last week, Scottish MMA writer Iain Kidd was arguing with a Twitter user about Greg Hardy’s UFC career. That user, @Fight_Expert, searched Kidd’s name online and quickly found and posted news reports from Scotland showing that Kidd had plead...

My utterly subjective and not-at-all one-eyed assessment of where each of the nations of the British Isles stand following the Autumn internationals...1st - IrelandTo use a well worn cliché, Irish eyes are smiling. They may not be ranked world numbe...

The UK won't sit idly by while the US, Japan and China put self-driving vehicles on their roads. The country's government has announced an ambitious driverless public transport plan for 2021, including autonomous buses in Scotland and self-...

The remains of a coastal Viking ­settlement have been found on the Isle of Tiree for the first time. The finds were made on a hillock overlooking the sea at an undisclosed location on the island with the site now considered to be the most important...

Archaeologists believe they have found the remains of a 12th century house in the Cowgate which was built before Edinburgh itself. Archaeologists working in the Cowgate have uncovered what they believe is a 12th century house [Credit: © The Edinbu...