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    The Widenin Sheuch

    Folk hae aye jooked atween Scotland an Ulster: the watter didnae sinder folk, it cleeked them thegither. I mind folk fae Ulster caain the North […]

    Steve Dornan 19th Jul'18 4
  • Ghetto na Gàidhlig

    Not Spoken Here

    After David Mundell’s attempts to re-brand Scotland out of the Scottish Office, we speculated about what a further de-Scottishification process might look like – “Welcome […]

    10th Jul'18 1
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    North by Northeast

    A significant new initiative is launched this week to support and develop the Scots language. On the 28th of March a new body will be […]

    Mike Small 26th Mar'18 19
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    Don Roberto

    There no mony faimlies in Scotland wi sic a pruid history as the Grahams. The faimly can trace theirsels richt back tae the Wallace in […]

    Ally Heather and Billy Kay 16th Feb'18 31
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    For the fat romantics

    Accordin tae the UN Food an Agricultur Organisation, the UK is the ‘fat man o Europe’. An tae ma mind, even mair concernin, Public Health […]

    Elizabeth Thoumire 6th Feb'18 0
  • Review

    Scottish Spleen and other Stories

    Christie Williamson’s Shetlandic skites off the page like spume onto skerries – ‘An da wind, da swall, da staur, da bird, da clock’ll tell de […]

    Stuart Paterson 26th Jan'18 0
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    Scots Keyboard

    Scots keyboard at lang last! Ye micht hae thocht, whan ye packed it in at schuil, that ye’d had yer last row for sayin ‘oot’ […]

    Tammas Clark 8th Dec'17 20
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    To the Bourgeoisie

    A hunner year syne this year, the European warld wis tearin itsel tae targets. In Scotland, the hoodies had been croakin fir the brave kiltit […]

    Ally Heather 4th Dec'17 6
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    The saltire, the Scots an the siller

    We are separate. We are distinct. We are Scotland. The Saltire wis removed fae Tesco shelves tae be replacit by the emblem o Brexit Britain. […]

    Alistair Heather 7th Nov'17 2
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    Arrest this Moment

    ‘Bard o Vast Ingyne’ James Robertson on his new biography o Michael Marra, sang-scriever, musician and artist I kent Michael Marra (1952-2012), as freen and […]

    James Robertson 16th Oct'17 4
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    Fash this isnae Syria

    Stuart Paterson is ane o the maist vital, vocal an virrsome poets oan the Scottish scene. He screives baith in English an Scots, anent a […]

    Stuart Paterson 14th Aug'17 7
  • Arts & Culture

    The Tiger who Came to Tea

    It’s clear that many of our cultural institutions are not fit for purpose and are still mired in slightly weird inappropriate dispositions, a historic legacy […]

    Mike Small 29th Jun'17 43
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    There’s muckle yont the Tay

    “Growin up in Macduff, the fowk are superstitious. Ye hear loads o stories o ghaisties an battles an folklore an that. Ma faither an granda […]

    Ally Heather 12th May'17 15
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