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Johnston Carmichael confirms sale of historic north-east farming machinery business

Johnston Carmichael confirms sale of historic north-east farming machinery business

Johnston Carmichael confirms sale of historic north-east farming machinery business

12 April 2024

The sale to McGregor Industrial Supplies includes both the Inverurie and Turriff trading sites.and preserves 15 local jobs.


North-east researchers seek seafood sector insight to unlock by-product prize

North-east researchers seek seafood sector insight to unlock by-product prize

North-east researchers seek seafood sector insight to unlock by-product prize

12 April 2024

Researchers from the north-east have put a call out to Scotland’s seafood sector.


Stagecoach’s community fund takes flight with £25k for Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance

Stagecoach’s community fund takes flight with £25k for Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance

Stagecoach’s community fund takes flight with £25k for Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance

12 April 2024

Stagecoach has donated £25,000 to Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance as part of its Giving for Good community fund.


SSEN Distribution releases £320m contract opportunities for the north of Scotland’s electricity network

SSEN Distribution releases £320m contract opportunities for the north of Scotland’s electricity network

SSEN Distribution releases £320m contract opportunities for the north of Scotland’s electricity network

11 April 2024

SSEN Distribution has issued opportunities to tender for an estimated £320 million programme of infrastructure development in the north of Scotland.


North-east marine industry projects net £5m

North-east marine industry projects net £5m

North-east marine industry projects net £5m

11 April 2024

The Marine Fund Scotland has supported a wide range of projects in the north-east area.


Theft and violence costing retailers hundreds of thousands of pounds per year, new survey claims

Theft and violence costing retailers hundreds of thousands of pounds per year, new survey claims

Theft and violence costing retailers hundreds of thousands of pounds per year, new survey claims

11 April 2024

NEW figures lay bare the true cost of crime to the high-street in the face of an alarming rise in theft and violence.


North-east accountancy firm marks director promotions and long service award

North-east accountancy firm marks director promotions and long service award

North-east accountancy firm marks director promotions and long service award

11 April 2024

SBP Accountants and Business Advisers has announced the promotion of two members of its team to directors.


Review of rural banking hubs welcomed after wave of branch closures in Aberdeenshire

Review of rural banking hubs welcomed after wave of branch closures in Aberdeenshire

Review of rural banking hubs welcomed after wave of branch closures in Aberdeenshire

10 April 2024

A regulatory review into the rollout of rural banking hubs is to take place.


Mackie’s whisks up a treat for Garioch Community Kitchen

Mackie’s whisks up a treat for Garioch Community Kitchen

Mackie’s whisks up a treat for Garioch Community Kitchen

10 April 2024

Mackie’s of Scotland has donated £2000 to support community cooking classes local to the company’s base in Aberdeenshire.


Politics: Impact of Brexit on food prices will continue to cause damage

Politics: Impact of Brexit on food prices will continue to cause damage

Politics: Impact of Brexit on food prices will continue to cause damage

09 April 2024

In his latest column, MP Richard Thomson examines how Brexit has affected food prices.


Record-breaking performance for north-east marine and offshore company

Record-breaking performance for north-east marine and offshore company

Record-breaking performance for north-east marine and offshore company

09 April 2024

Dräger Marine and Offshore, a provider of safety systems, is celebrating a year of unprecedented financial success within its hire division.


Culinary apprentices visit Peterhead with Michelin star chef

Culinary apprentices visit Peterhead with Michelin star chef

Culinary apprentices visit Peterhead with Michelin star chef

08 April 2024

Amity Fish Company welcomed the next generation of culinary talent to Peterhead Harbour last week.


Long-awaited work starts on new Aldi supermarket in Macduff

Long-awaited work starts on new Aldi supermarket in Macduff

Long-awaited work starts on new Aldi supermarket in Macduff

07 April 2024

Diggers and heavy machinery broke ground at the Duff Street site this week.


PICTURES: More than 160 Moray pupils praised for construction talents at Big Build Showcase

PICTURES: More than 160 Moray pupils praised for construction talents at Big Build Showcase

PICTURES: More than 160 Moray pupils praised for construction talents at Big Build Showcase

07 April 2024

PUPILS have been praised for their amazing work in building replicas of Moray monuments.


Buckie Harbour fish landings round-up

Buckie Harbour fish landings round-up

Buckie Harbour fish landings round-up

07 April 2024

JUST under 200 boxes of fish were landed at Buckie Harbour last week.


Banff and Buchan MP raises concerns over effects of cage ban for egg laying chickens

Banff and Buchan MP raises concerns over effects of cage ban for egg laying chickens

Banff and Buchan MP raises concerns over effects of cage ban for egg laying chickens

07 April 2024

MP David Duguid has raised concerns that banning egg companies from keeping chickens in cages could put north-east producers at a ‘huge disadvantage’


Charity calls for stories to contribute towards lasting legacy of Scotland’s agricultural and rural community

Charity calls for stories to contribute towards lasting legacy of Scotland’s agricultural and rural community

Charity calls for stories to contribute towards lasting legacy of Scotland’s agricultural and rural community

07 April 2024

The Royal Highland & Agricultural Society of Scotland is calling for people to share their agricultural and rural stories for its 240th anniversary.


Consultation seeks local views on cattle identification electronic ID technology

Consultation seeks local views on cattle identification electronic ID technology

Consultation seeks local views on cattle identification electronic ID technology

06 April 2024

Proposals to modernise how Scotland’s cattle are tagged, identified and traced is the focus of a new consultation which launched this week


Environment: Contingency planning announced to combat the threat from the Asian hornet.

Environment: Contingency planning announced to combat the threat from the Asian hornet.

Environment: Contingency planning announced to combat the threat from the Asian hornet.

06 April 2024

Members of the public are being urged to notify experts if they think they see a non-native hornet species.


Holyrood Committee seeks north-east views on the Land Reform Bill

Holyrood Committee seeks north-east views on the Land Reform Bill

Holyrood Committee seeks north-east views on the Land Reform Bill

05 April 2024

The Bill sets out reforms which aim to change the pattern of land ownership in rural and island communities.


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