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Bute Fabrics opens its doors to the public for summer event

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Record high in Scottish employment

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The Bute Brew Co hosted rum, reggae and goat curry last weekend as part of a rum and beer festival.

Festival brings reggae and rum to Rothesay

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Changing landscape at Faskally Wood inspires creative team

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Euston warning to Scottish passengers

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Bute’s newest football team raring to start first ever season

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Scotland’s Baby Box available nationwide

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What we did on our holiday? Sustained Scotland’s rural communities

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Councils unprepared for new law supporting disabled taxi users

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VIDEO: On your marks to join Britain's top athletes in #teamparkrun events on August 19

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Bute Golf Club seniors champion Sandy Long (left) is presented with the seniors cup by past-captain Cammy 
Middleton

Bute veteran Sandy eases his way to his second club trophy

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Triples winners of the  David Walton Memorial trophy

Rothesay 
stages its
triples event

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Guy Learmonth takes step back to move forward

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Great day out at Port Bannatyne

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Craig is singles champion

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Rothesay’s senior golfers retain the MacMillan Qauich again

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Melvin Benn launching his ReBalance plans with Lande Hekt from punk rock band Muncie Girls, PRS Foundation chief executive Vanessa Reed and Lucy Wood, also from Festival Republic.

VIDEO: Festival boss launches ReBalance scheme to get more girls into music industry

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Tom Devine has nominated the door of Iona Abbey through which he led his daughter on her wedding day. Pic: Robert Perry/TSPL.

Nominate your favourite Scottish door!

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Documents from the construction of the Forth Bridge in 1883 will feature in the exhibition.

Exhibition looks at famous Scots from the past

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Plane drunk: Ryanair wants two-drink limit for passengers

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Last chance for engaged couples to enter new BBC wedding game show

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The BHF can reveal one of top ten hobbies we are most likely to have given up from childhood are playing a musical instrument (39 per cent).

More than a quarter of Scots can’t remember last time they took up a new hobby

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