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Newspapers :

Daily Record - major Scottish tabloid.

Edinburgh Evening News

Evening Times - tabloid linked with the Herald.

Herald - quality newspaper from Glasgow.

ic Scotland - news portal presenting many local Scottish newspapers.

Scotland on Sunday - best selling Sunday newspaper.

Scotsman - Edinburgh-based highly regarded daily.

Sunday Mail

Sunday Post

Local Newspapers


icLanarkshire

Argyllshire Advertiser

Ayrshire Post

Border Telegraph (Selkirkshire)

Brechin Advertiser

Buchan Advertiser

Buchan Observer

Caithness Courier

Campbeltown Courier

Courier (Dundee)

Deeside Piper (Banchory)

Dumfries & Galloway Standard

Dunoon Observer (Argyll)

East Lothian Courier (Haddington)

Evening Express (Aberdeen)

Evening Telegraph (Dundee)

Falkirk Herald

Inverness Courier

Inverurie Herald

John O'Groat Journal (Thurso)

Kirkintilloch Herald

Mearns Leader (Stonehaven)

Northern Scot (Elgin)

Oban Times

Orcadian (Kirkwall)

Paisley Daily Express

Peeblesshire News (Peebles)

Perthshire Advertiser (Perth)

Press and Journal (Aberdeen)

Shetland Times (Lerwick)

Southern Reporter (Selkirk)

Sunday Herald (Glasgow)

West Highland Free Press (Broadford, Isle of Skye)

West Lothian Courier






- The Scotland, left northerly of United Kingdom which occupies the third of the island of Great Britain. The Scotland is lined in the North by the Atlantic Ocean, in the East by the North Sea, in the southeast by England, in the southwest and on the West by canal of the North and by the Atlantic Ocean. The territory of the Scotland, with the three archipelagoes of Hebrides, Orcades and some Shetland wool, covers 78 770 km2. Edinburgh is the capital and Glasgow main economic pole.