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Agri sector leads the way in sustainability with audit demand

Agri sector leads the way in sustainability with audit demand

Agri sector leads the way in sustainability with audit demand

07 August 2022

Demand for Carbon Audits in the first six months of the year has exceeded the number of completed audits undertaken over the whole of last year.


App helps you #KnowExactlyWhere

App helps you #KnowExactlyWhere

App helps you #KnowExactlyWhere

06 August 2022

Downloading the What3Words app can help emergency services find you more quickly in your time of need.


PICTURES: Window on the past from Buckie

PICTURES: Window on the past from Buckie

PICTURES: Window on the past from Buckie

06 August 2022

THESE photos were taken from the archives of the Buckie and District Fishing Heritage Centre Ltd in the town and the surrounding area.


College offering support to north-east learners during exam results week

College offering support to north-east learners during exam results week

College offering support to north-east learners during exam results week

05 August 2022

North East Scotland College is offering advice and support to help learners secure their place on courses starting after the summer break.


DWP launch cost of living toolkit

DWP launch cost of living toolkit

DWP launch cost of living toolkit

03 August 2022

EMPLOYERS and other organisations are being urged to share information on dealing with the cost of living crisis via a new toolkit.


Ready2Go Around Inverurie bus initiative extended for a further year

Ready2Go Around Inverurie bus initiative extended for a further year

Ready2Go Around Inverurie bus initiative extended for a further year

02 August 2022

Continuation of the initial experimental period is being undertaken for further appraisal of the role of the new service model.


North-east research project to help subsea hydrogen storage

North-east research project to help subsea hydrogen storage

North-east research project to help subsea hydrogen storage

02 August 2022

NEW research into large scale subsea hydrogen storage will help to provide green energy for a variety of customers.


Insurer highlights the increased cost of rural crime as thieves target Scotland

Insurer highlights the increased cost of rural crime as thieves target Scotland

Insurer highlights the increased cost of rural crime as thieves target Scotland

02 August 2022

Rural theft cost an estimated £2.6m with criminals targeting quads and high value machinery.


Adam welcomes introduction of new disability benefit across north-east

Adam welcomes introduction of new disability benefit across north-east

Adam welcomes introduction of new disability benefit across north-east

31 July 2022

PEOPLE living in the north-east can now apply for Adult Disability Payment.


Opinion: A pivotal year lies ahead for the Scottish dairy industry

Opinion: A pivotal year lies ahead for the Scottish dairy industry

Opinion: A pivotal year lies ahead for the Scottish dairy industry

30 July 2022

Milk prices must continue at record levels and keep running ahead of unprecedented input costs if the dairy herd figures are to be maintained


Sláinte - Owner invests £30 million to double production from GlenDronach Distillery

Sláinte - Owner invests £30 million to double production from GlenDronach Distillery

Sláinte - Owner invests £30 million to double production from GlenDronach Distillery

30 July 2022

The upgrade includes a new tasting room, whisky bar, lounge and retail space and will also improve operational energy efficiencies.


International spoken word festival heads to New Pitsligo

International spoken word festival heads to New Pitsligo

International spoken word festival heads to New Pitsligo

30 July 2022

The town is set to host a free weekend of spoken word, verse and poetry from an eclectic mix of artists and performers.


Galloway Hoard exhibition opens to the public at Aberdeen Art Gallery

Galloway Hoard exhibition opens to the public at Aberdeen Art Gallery

Galloway Hoard exhibition opens to the public at Aberdeen Art Gallery

29 July 2022

It will include research on three newly revealed gold filigree objects from the Hoard, which were bound together with rare silk braids.


SEPA warns water scarcity risk set to reach ‘Significant’ level

SEPA warns water scarcity risk set to reach ‘Significant’ level

SEPA warns water scarcity risk set to reach ‘Significant’ level

29 July 2022

Businesses are being asked to reduce water use as nearly all of east and south Scotland sees the impact of water scarcity.


Access to Work scheme offers helping hand to stay in employment

Access to Work scheme offers helping hand to stay in employment

Access to Work scheme offers helping hand to stay in employment

28 July 2022

SUPPORT is available to help those with a physical or mental health condition or disability to get or stay in work.


Gordon MP says Sector Development Action Plan is missed opportunity once again to promote hydrogen in agriculture

Gordon MP says Sector Development Action Plan is missed opportunity once again to promote hydrogen in agriculture

Gordon MP says Sector Development Action Plan is missed opportunity once again to promote hydrogen in agriculture

28 July 2022

Mr Thomson is a strong supporter of the Scottish Cluster Campaign, a cross-community, cross-business group focussing on decarbonisation.


New research will assist in providing green energy for industries

New research will assist in providing green energy for industries

New research will assist in providing green energy for industries

28 July 2022

The study looked into large scale subsea hydrogen storage and how it can provide green energy.


Council waste and school staff vote to strike

Council waste and school staff vote to strike

Council waste and school staff vote to strike

27 July 2022

UNITE the union has confirmed that Aberdeenshire Council staff have voted to strike over a proposed two per cent pay rise offer.


MP’s dismay as UK Government rejects call to start compensation preparations for WASPI women

MP’s dismay as UK Government rejects call to start compensation preparations for WASPI women

MP’s dismay as UK Government rejects call to start compensation preparations for WASPI women

27 July 2022

The Ombudsman’s findings vindicated the campaign by WASPI and condemned the DWP for failing to provide “accurate, adequate and timely” information.


Aberdeenshire Council education committee seeks a new religious representative

Aberdeenshire Council education committee seeks a new religious representative

Aberdeenshire Council education committee seeks a new religious representative

26 July 2022

Scottish law requires education committees to have three representatives from religious bodies as members.


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