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Developing the Young Workforce North East bolsters board

Developing the Young Workforce North East bolsters board

Developing the Young Workforce North East bolsters board

29 February 2024

Developing the Young Workforce North East has made three new appointments to its board.


Watch: Three north-east farming stalwarts clock up over 100 years of service

Watch: Three north-east farming stalwarts clock up over 100 years of service

Watch: Three north-east farming stalwarts clock up over 100 years of service

29 February 2024

Special presentations were made to James Shaw, Robert Cowe and George Riddoch by the Royal Highland Agricultural Society for their long-service.


'Brewdog' takes home the Spring Show Exhibition Cattle title

'Brewdog' takes home the Spring Show Exhibition Cattle title

'Brewdog' takes home the Spring Show Exhibition Cattle title

29 February 2024

Overall champion at the Spring Show was a Limousin-cross bullock called Brewdog, scaling 454kgs from William Robertson & Son, Tomintoul.


Harestone TikTok tops the Spring Show bull sale

Harestone TikTok tops the Spring Show bull sale

Harestone TikTok tops the Spring Show bull sale

29 February 2024

A 20-month-old Charolais bull from R & N Barclay of Insch topped the entire sale at 11,500gns selling to D M McCallum from Dingwall.


MP urges review of decision to increase minimum salary for skilled worker visas amid concerns seafood businesses could move abroad

MP urges review of decision to increase minimum salary for skilled worker visas amid concerns seafood businesses could move abroad

MP urges review of decision to increase minimum salary for skilled worker visas amid concerns seafood businesses could move abroad

29 February 2024

MP David Duguid has urged the Home Office to review the impact of its decision to increase the minimum salary for skilled worker visas.


Alcohol licence is approved for Macduff Aldi supermarket as construction edges closer

Alcohol licence is approved for Macduff Aldi supermarket as construction edges closer

Alcohol licence is approved for Macduff Aldi supermarket as construction edges closer

28 February 2024

An alcohol licence was approved for the planned Aldi supermarket in Macduff by the Aberdeenshire Licensing Board.


New project in Aberdeenshire will provide community-led business support

New project in Aberdeenshire will provide community-led business support

New project in Aberdeenshire will provide community-led business support

28 February 2024

Aberdeenshire Council has launched a new project with a dedicated team to support locals in starting and growing their own businesses.


SSEN Transmission starts latest round of substation and line route events

SSEN Transmission starts latest round of substation and line route events

SSEN Transmission starts latest round of substation and line route events

28 February 2024

Public events across the Blackhillock to New Deer and Peterhead project route saw the first of a series of pre-application consultation meetings.


Have your say: Should promotion of unhealthy food and drink be restricted?

Have your say: Should promotion of unhealthy food and drink be restricted?

Have your say: Should promotion of unhealthy food and drink be restricted?

27 February 2024

The public is being asked for views on proposals to restrict the promotion of food and drink high in fat, sugar and salt such as multi-buys.


Bold plans unveiled for state-of-the-art Portgordon Maltings

Bold plans unveiled for state-of-the-art Portgordon Maltings

Bold plans unveiled for state-of-the-art Portgordon Maltings

27 February 2024

PLANS have been submitted for a new state-of-the-art maltings at Portgordon.


Global expansion for north-east company

Global expansion for north-east company

Global expansion for north-east company

27 February 2024

North-east rigless well integrity and intervention isolations company Kinetics Controls and Innovation is advancing its global footprint.


Union secures agreement for St Fergus gas plant workers

Union secures agreement for St Fergus gas plant workers

Union secures agreement for St Fergus gas plant workers

27 February 2024

Trade union Unite has signed a new collective bargaining agreement involving contractors based at the St Fergus gas plant near Peterhead.


Share your memories as Aberdeen International Airport turns 90

Share your memories as Aberdeen International Airport turns 90

Share your memories as Aberdeen International Airport turns 90

26 February 2024

Passengers and former colleagues are being asked to share their stories of Aberdeen Airport as it marks its 90th year.


Insch baker's 20 award haul at Scottish Bread Awards

Insch baker's 20 award haul at Scottish Bread Awards

Insch baker's 20 award haul at Scottish Bread Awards

26 February 2024

AN Insch micro-baker won 20 awards at the Scottish Real Bread Championships at the weekend.


Aberdeenshire's record breaking Whisky Hammer offer a £10,000 whisky giveaway

Aberdeenshire's record breaking Whisky Hammer offer a £10,000 whisky giveaway

Aberdeenshire's record breaking Whisky Hammer offer a £10,000 whisky giveaway

26 February 2024

Aberdeenshire spirits auctioneer Whisky Hammer is marking its landmark 100th online auction with a suite of perks to its buyers and sellers.


Reminder: SSEN Transmission will show power line's preferred route at new public events

Reminder: SSEN Transmission will show power line's preferred route at new public events

Reminder: SSEN Transmission will show power line's preferred route at new public events

25 February 2024

SSEN have narrowed down proposals for their 'preferred' routes for a new power line and are hosting events along its route from Beauly to Peterhead.


Politics: Offshore bill provides confidence and certainty

Politics: Offshore bill provides confidence and certainty

Politics: Offshore bill provides confidence and certainty

25 February 2024

In his latest column, MP David Duguid has hailed the Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill.


Busy week of fish landings at Buckie Harbour

Busy week of fish landings at Buckie Harbour

Busy week of fish landings at Buckie Harbour

25 February 2024

THERE was a far busier week of fish landings at Buckie Harbour.


Single-use vapes ban date proposed by Scottish Government

Single-use vapes ban date proposed by Scottish Government

Single-use vapes ban date proposed by Scottish Government

24 February 2024

A ban on the sale and supply of single-use vapes in Scotland is due to come into effect on April 1 2025, under proposed legislation published.


The Redgarth in Oldmeldrum goes on the market

The Redgarth in Oldmeldrum goes on the market

The Redgarth in Oldmeldrum goes on the market

24 February 2024

The Redgarth inn and restaurant in Oldmeldrum has been put up for sale with the owner deciding to retire.


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