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15:59

Sport

Azahara Muñoz loses in final play-off at the Scottish Open

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San Pedro golfer Azahara Muñoz narrowly missed out on victory in the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open on Sunday, losing in a four-way play-off to American veteran Stacy Lewis at the Renaissance Club. Lewis, Muñoz, Emily Pedersen

15:29

National

Scotland maintains 14-day quarantine for travellers from Spain

Daryl Finch

...apply from today. In contrast, however, Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon announced a modified list on Wednesday from which Spain and Serbia were omitted. This means those travelling from Spain into Scotland will still have to self-isolate for a

19:06

Sport

Former Unicaja player Robert Archibald dies aged 39

Pedro Luis Alonso

Former Unicaja player Robert Archibald died last Friday morning at the age of 39. Born in Paisley (UK), Archibald became the first Scottish player in the Liga Endesa, representing the Malaga side (2008-11), as well as Pamesa Valencia (2004),

19:09

LifeStyle

A passion for a Scottish tradition on the Costa del Sol

Tony Bryant

Bagpipes might seem to be a little out of place in Andalucía, unlike in northern Spain, especially in Galica and Asturias, where they are part of the musical backcloth. However, over the past few years, this traditional Scottish instrument has ... Scottish knight who was tasked with taking the embalmed heart of King Robert the Bruce to the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Although his mission was unsuccessful (Douglas was killed while assisting King Alfonso XI of Castile fight the Nasrid dynasty ... Strathleven Artizans from West Dunbartonshire, who have been attending the event for more than ten years. However, this year, a new pipe band was formed especially for the event, although the members of the band are not Scottish. The Sur Pipe Band, the

15:19

Opinion

Syncing feeling

Peter Edgerton

...into space, dribbling faintly from the corner of my mouth. This week Scottish postman Nathan Evans - who may or may not now start calling himself N to the E for more street cred - shot to fame for singing The Wellerman on TikTok. (No, no, it's a sea

17:44

LifeStyle

The heart of Scottish tradition

Tony Bryant

...porra, a gazpacho-style thick soup. The festival commemorates the adventure of this Scottish knight, also known as the Black Douglas, when he was carrying the embalmed heart of King Robert the Bruce on a crusade to the Holy Land. As a friend of ... during the campaign, although how he died has remained uncertain. Although his mission was unsuccessful, the Black Douglas has remained such a legend in Scottish history that thousands of people descend on the town of Teba in August to commemorate his ... beginning. The couple, originally from Chester, have owned the self-catering accommodation for twelve years and they are extremely happy with their annual Scottish visitors. Lindsay explained that festival attracts thousands of people from all over, but

10:30

Travel

Scottish Capital Gains

Andrew Forbes TRAVEL

Outside is Makars’ Court, where one finds flagstones inscribed with quotes from famous Scottish writers. It’s one of the many quirky and original features of a European capital city that has a unique identity, charm and character. Ancient, old and new ... dark-stone buildings, it’s little wonder it makes the perfect back-drop for touristy ghost-themed walking tours. The city is a showcase too of Scottish baronial architecture, with the style’s distinctive little turrets, battlements and romantic towers ... feel the pulse of modern Edinburgh means enjoying the lively bar and restaurant scene. Scottish cuisine is affirming its contemporary credentials with a generous helping of new restaurants celebrating the nation’s larder. Edinburgh also now boasts a

20:08

LifeStyle

8 January 1843: Malaga's bourgeoisie launches cultural society

Alekk M. Saanders

Malaga in arts, and he hoped that the lyceum would encourage more people in the city to devote themselves to painting, poetry, music, literature, theatre and even journalism. That evening, the Malaga audience was entertained by Scottish folklore. The