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Barbecue tips from meat masters

Barbecue tips from meat masters

Barbecue tips from meat masters

Kintore based Royal Warrant holding butcher Donald Russell has partnered with barbequing guru Christian Stevenson to share hints and tips.


New Rainbow gingerbread biscuits created to support the NHS go on sale at Tesco

New Rainbow gingerbread biscuits created to support the NHS go on sale at Tesco

New Rainbow gingerbread biscuits created to support the NHS go on sale at Tesco

Rainbow Biscuit baking kits to help raise funds for additional care packages for NHS workers are on sale at selected branches in the north-east.


Clinterty quarry waste facility sees new application

Clinterty quarry waste facility sees new application

Clinterty quarry waste facility sees new application

A planning application has been resubmitted after it was withdrawn in 2019 for the Tyrebagger quarry near Clinterty to be used for building waste.


MP says new trade laws can boost exports

MP says new trade laws can boost exports

MP says new trade laws can boost exports

Banff and Buchan MP David Duguid said new trading laws passing through Parliament can help to boost British overseas sales to help economic recovery.


MSP welcomes guidance for farmers over travel issue

MSP welcomes guidance for farmers over travel issue

MSP welcomes guidance for farmers over travel issue

New guidance allowing the private trading of animals between individual farmers to be permitted under regulations has been clarified


MP calls for measures to fill gaps in job retention scheme

MP calls for measures to fill gaps in job retention scheme

MP calls for measures to fill gaps in job retention scheme

Case studies in the Garioch show the inadequacies of the system for those who were changing jobs and those working offshore.


Scottish Gin Festival returns

Scottish Gin Festival returns

Scottish Gin Festival returns

Lidl's annual Scottish Gin Festival will feature craft spirits for the first time.


Staff members lend a helping hand around Inverurie

Staff members lend a helping hand around Inverurie

Staff members lend a helping hand around Inverurie

Vulnerable and elderly customers of supermarket Morrisons have welcomed the introduction of deliveries from the Inverurie store.


MP's disappointment at Bill rejection

MP's disappointment at Bill rejection

MP's disappointment at Bill rejection

Gordon MP Richard Thompson has spoken of his concern after the House Of Commons Agricultural Bill amendment was rejected.


Private firms working for the public good in coronavirus outbreak

Private firms working for the public good in coronavirus outbreak

Private firms working for the public good in coronavirus outbreak

SPONSORED CONTENT: Staff at private sector firms have been doing their bit to help out communities across the country during the crisis.


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