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runrig

in Scotland, lands that were alternate or mixed and owned by different owners. The Runrig Lands Act 1695 permitted division of such lands.
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Runrig became a driving force in Scottish and Gaelic cultural life after being founded in 1973.
Runrig founder, songwriter and percussionist Calum MacDonald said: "Producing a special whisky has proved very popular with our fans.
Runrig have attracted quite a following away from their Caledonian home and they have a significant fan base in England, Denmark, Canada and Germany.
Munro has kept the faith in something closely akin to the original Runrig sound while his former bandmates have seemingly opted for a drum-dominated singalong approach epitomised by the rousing Loch Lomond - but a wee bit tedious after an hour or more.
A spokesman for Runrig said: "Malcolm is now in a stable condition, awaiting the results of further tests.
The curious thing was that the audience was much the same as a Runrig audience anywhere else.
The Fortress of Killyleagh Castle will be breached once again on July 26 and 27 when Irish singer Mary Black and rockers Runrig hit the stage.
Runrig fans saying a fond farewell to their heroes at concerts in Stirling later this year will have an extra hour in which to drown their sorrows.
FORMER Runrig star turned MP Pete Wishart is demanding urgent action against touts after the band's farewell concerts were targeted.
As the hot sun splashed down on the Castle Esplanade, the group's two-and-a-bit-hour set covered just about the whole Runrig gamut.
The concert was everything I look forward to and expect from Runrig - a fantastic atmosphere and two hours of great music with no frills or gimmicks.
Runrig are recording a charity version of the anthem and asked fans for backing vocals at halftime during Scotland's 3-1 victory over the Ukraine.