27
Mar

UNPRECEDENTED HISTORY BUG GRIPS SCOTLAND

Doctors in Scotland are at a loss to explain the outbreak of a bug that’s spreading rapidly across the country and affecting thousands. Celebrated TTNN news anchor Casey Kaplinksi, who broke the story, said: “I’ve covered Watergate, Reagan’s inauguration and the moon landing but the History Bug is possibly the biggest story of them all.”

The source of the bug has been traced to over 70 sites across Scotland – all owned and managed by Historic Scotland. The experts there are calling it THE HISTORY BUG and are encouraging people to see the symptoms at getthebug.scot or report it using the hashtag #getthebug.

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3
Mar

HISTORIC SCOTLAND LAUNCHES MARKETING CAMPAIGN TO PROMOTE MEMBERSHIPS

Following the success of its 2009 ‘Make Your Own History’ marketing campaign – which resulted in membership levels reaching an all-time high – Historic Scotland is launching its latest major drive to encourage Scots to make the most of their country’s rich heritage.

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7
Feb

THE UNION RETAINS THE HISTORIC SCOTLAND ACCOUNT

The Union has retained the sought after Historic Scotland advertising account after a tender on the Scottish Executive roster. The Union has created award-winning work for the body, which looks after Scotland’s built heritage, including Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle.

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