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Welcome to the Scottish Banner and thank you for taking the time to visit us. 

The Scottish Banner is the Scottish community’s largest international newspaper for ex-pat Scots or those with an interest in Scottish culture and tradition.

Available nationally across Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the USA and by world-wide subscription service, the Scottish Banner offers its readers stories on Scottish current affairs, regular feature columnists, history & heritage, genealogy, Scottish club & society news, event listings, piping features, recipes, and much more.

With writers and contributors based all over the world the Scottish Banner gives its readers a true insight into the global Scottish perspective.

Latest Scottish Banner Articles

Former Cold War Bunker in Edinburgh gets A Listed

A former RAF Caledonian Sector Operations Centre at Barnton Quarry has been awarded Category-A listed building status by Historic Environment…

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Eden Project signs agreement for preferred Dundee site

The Eden Project has signed a memorandum of understanding with the owners of its preferred site for Eden Project Dundee…

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Greenbank-A place of different daffodils

By: David McVey The National Trust for Scotland (NTS) owns and preserves many tracts of Scottish countryside, both large and…

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Prehistoric animal carvings discovered for the first time in Scotland

Prehistoric animal carvings, thought to be between 4,000 and 5,000-years-old, have been discovered for the first time in Scotland hidden…

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Scottish causes for optimism in 2021

By: David C. Weinczok Blameless is the person who, in 2021, has become prone to cynicism. The relentlessness of ill…

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On the cliffs of Canna

Standing on the cliffs of the island of Canna, watching hundreds of seabirds swirl and freewheel through the skies, is…

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Boondooma Homestead celebrates Scots in the Bush

An opportunity for a catch up with friends, relatives and performers will, hopefully, without COVID shutdowns, take place at Boondooma…

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Exploring the East of Neuk

The corner of Fife known as the East Neuk has some of the most picturesque towns and villages to be…

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Clydebuilt- Celebrating Glasgow’s shipbuilding heritage

By: Nick Drainey The great industrial achievements of the River Clyde in steam propulsion, engineering and shipbuilding are widely known…

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Hoping for sun … and midges

By: Rule Anderson,  National Trust for Scotland Ranger at Kintail, West Affric and Falls of Glomach We all hate midges…

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Scotland’s top baby names announced

Isla overtakes Olivia as the top name for baby girls for the first time, with Olivia taking the second spot…

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The Scottish Banner is celebrating  45 years of publication in 2021 and has firmly established itself as the link to Scotland for many of its loyal readers. From Sydney to New York or Auckland to Toronto the Scottish Banner reaches the ex-pat Scottish community like no one else.

Each month the Scottish Banner accesses a large number of individuals, pipe band members, society and clan members, history and genealogy groups and more; all with a direct interest in Scottish products and information. The Scottish Banner is available by digital subscription, at newsagents and retailers, at Scottish events and various other outlets depending on your location.

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Please find further information on the Scottish Banner within this web site. Simply click on the above tabs for information on subscribing, contacting us, advertising and our online shop. Whilst here, you can also read this months editorial or our Scotpourri (reader letters) pages. Also do have a look at our comprehensive events listings where you can see what is happening for Scots both closer to home and further afield, event organisers can add your event here.

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