There are magazines on a range of topics and interests here. There is a separate page for Scottish-related Newspapers.>
Writers for this lively on-line magazine are from a "virtual cottage" around the world. Started in May 1997, the articles are well chosen and written and the illustrations a delight. The "Whisky Connoisseur" article is well worth a read as is "Scottish Customs and Holidays". And how about articles on Scottish Lighthouses (Strathy Point, for example) and Scottish Fishing? There is also a Gaelic section and book reviews. Many of the current articles are archived and there is an e-mail reminder service when the next issue is about to hit the surf. The site has a commercial side (selling Scottish books and CDs), but none the waur o' that!
This glossy, colourful, beautifully illustrated magazine is a 128 page quarterly with features on Scottish culture from castles to food and history to articles about people of Scots descent around the world. It is produced in Australia and distributed around the world through offices in Scotland and USA - and outshines many magazines of this nature published in Scotland. If you want to check that out for yourself without risk, the magazine offers a 30-day trial subscription.
A bi-monthly magazine and online information source for all those who love Scotland. Filled with history, heritage and travel, Scotland Magazine brings the country to life wherever you live around the world.
This is a News Magazine for North West Scotland published by North-West Sutherland Council of Social Services. Articles on crofting and land ownership predominate.
Produced by a Scots company, this is an interactive world-wide archaeology club. Each bi-monthly magazine issue introduces archaeology in straightforward terms and membership allows access to an active notice board on which you can post and reply to queries.
The Association for Scottish Literary Studies has launched this new ezine called "The Bottle Imp" - named after one of Robert Louis Stevenson's short stories. The ezine covers a lot of ground, with articles on such subjects as the historical relationship between Scotland and America and the latest publications on Scottish literature and culture.
Established in 1974, this is Scotland's longest established business to business magazine. The magazine contains a full range of features with the titles of some of these listed on the Web site.
A fashion magazine and directory of wedding services for the bride and groom planning their wedding in Scotland.
This is a mini monthly guide to eating and drinking in Edinburgh. You can pick it up in a bar, restaurant, coffee shop or cultural venue in Edinburgh or at Edinburgh's farmers markets - or down load a PDF version from the site. It has reviews, recipes, food-related articles, special offers from restaurants, locations of farmers' markets in the area and other food and drink special events. You can also sign up for a monthly e-mail newsletter. The monthly guide is full of adverts, of course, but these can give you lots of new ideas about where to eat out in the Capital.
This Web site gives a flavour of the printed magazine which aims to provide a one-stop shop for everything you need to know about the catering and hospitality markets. There's regularly updated news, recruitment and commercial property sections on the Web site.
This is a monthly webmagazine on the rich heritage and current news of the Celtic nations. It focuses on old traditions as well as the latest news and lifestyles of Ireland, Scotland, Mann, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany, and Galicia. There's information about culture, business, and politics, with a special interest on cross-cultural similarities and cross-national, inter-celtic cooperation.
This is a Canadian monthly magazine on the language, traditions and history of Celtic people around the world. It also has links to other Celtic-related pages on the Web.
Celtic Ray is a magazine style site with featured articles on all of the Celts, not just those in Scotland. A Celtic Timeline> provides an introduction to Celtic history and will link to articles on specific events.
The "first and only" Web magazine from the Highlands. Published weekly, with the skirl o' the pipes! Its historical reference articles are listed in Rampant Scotland - History> Pages.
RealAudio "broadcasts" of Rory's Reel and Gaelic On Line.
This is a new bi-monthly magazine which introduces the general public to writing and new research by Scottish historians, archaeologists and heritage professionals. The site provides details of the content of the current magazine and how to subscribe.
An internet magazine for arts, poetry, music, trades and crafts, technologies and current affairs.
Exclusive, lavishly photographed homes and commercial interiors, architecture, interior design, art, inspirations, news, views and new concepts. Plus a directory of advertisers for all sorts of products and services for the functional and aesthetic pleasure of you and your home.
The local newspaper for Islay and Jura is produced every two weeks from a cosy little office in the village of Bowmore on the Isle of Islay.
Insider is Scotland's national business magazine which covers market sectors, news, innovation, events, corporate elite and a unique survey of the top 500 Scottish companies.
This is a monthly newsletter published by Heriot-Watt University aimed at raising awareness of new Internet resources relevant to research at the University and the higher education community.
Part of the culture of Scotland, the cartoon character Lobey Dosser, his arch enemy Rank Badjin and other cast members ride across the Internet instead of the Glasgow Evening Times. The animated Gif files as well as the cartoon strips themselves provide the unique flavour of a well love Scottish institution. There is also a short biography of Bud Neil the cartoonist who created Lobey.
Based in Galloway, South-West Scotland, Photo Active magazine and workshops are run by former Sunday Times Travel Photographer Philip Dunn.
The Piper and Drummer is an award-winning quarterly international publication published by the Pipers & Pipe Band Society of Ontario. The magazine is devoted solely to piping and drumming.
Since 1948 the Piping Times has been disseminating news, views and features about the piping world. The magazine is the only piping magazine published every month.
Produced by the Piping Centre in Glasgow, Scotland, Piping Today covers a wide range of aspects of the current piping scene and has a wide international reach. It specialises in in-depth features and current news, including coverage of ongoing research and new products.
A comprehensive Scottish magazine for the commercial property market, the Web site lists the news and features contained in the printed magazine, together with commercial property jobs.
Web site for a new magazine about Scotland and the Scots covering food and drink, great places to stay, where to visit, Scottish inventors, arts venues and events, Scottish history.
This is the Web version of aricles which have been included in the printed publication which presses for an independent Scotland.
Web version of the largest Scottish newspaper outside of Scotland itself, and now in its 22nd year of communicating with expatriate Scots and Scots descendants.
Scottish Field is a well-known magazine published in Scotland covering many aspects of Scottish life. New interactive website includes archives, a gallery where you can post photographs, a ratings and review section where you can comment on whiskies, books, restaurants and recipes and a forum.
Some of the content of the new Scottish History from ScotWeb may have been on the Internet elsewhere, but that does not detract from this well presented series of articles about Scotland's past. The magazine touches lightly on pre-history and in even more detail through the late medieval period with articles on Battle of Stirling Bridge> and Battle of Falkirk>.
Some of the articles in the current printed version of this magazine which illustrates aspects of life in Scotland, past and present.
News features, sport, history, politics, discussion and noticeboards on Scottish-related issues.
This is the Web site of a leading bridal magazine for Scotland. It bring all the information on suppliers, venues and everything you need on how to plan a wedding in Scotland. The site also has features, news, health and beauty, Scottish venues and a list of more than 1,000 suppliers throughout Scotland.
An on-line version - "the first fishing paper in the UK on the Net" -of the printed Shetland Fishing News, there is a wealth of information on catching, processing and farming fish plus up to date news and shipping weather forecasts. As the SFN has been around for a long time , they have also included features on fishing history and pictures from the past.
This is a quarterly magazine on various aspects of island life, derived from the printed version.
This is an online arts magazine and gallery with Scottish-centric coverage of ideas and images for people working or studying in the arts and cultural sector. It has examples of the visual arts, photographic based artworks, poetry, prose, journalism, cartoon strips and contains a range of exclusive limited edition prints.
An on-line magazine designed for people in their 20's. Diary, travel guide, recipes and poetry.
There can be few Scots who have not read the publications printed by the Dundee-based company D C Thomson. From the "Dandy"> comic to the Weekly News (with its "true life" stories) their output has become part of the fabric of Scotland. The on-line versions include many of the long-time favourites.
The printed version of the Scots Magazine > has a readership of over 300,000. The Web version has in-depth articles (with illustrations) on a range of subjects of interest to readers at home and abroad.
Also available on-line is a Web versions of Shout! > (a teenage magazine covering beauty, fashion, features, fun).
Tweedale Press Group publishes a number of Border newspapers and magazines including The Southern Reporter and Berwick Advertiser plus Berwickshire News as well as Hawick News and Selkirk Weekend Advertiser.
This is the on-line version of a printed magazine covering Scottish events and highland games in North America.
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