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PICTURES: Strong start for new joint effort against Huntly litter

PICTURES: Strong start for new joint effort against Huntly litter

PICTURES: Strong start for new joint effort against Huntly litter

A NEW community effort united local groups for its successful first anti-litter event in Huntly.


Moray’s coastal communities consulted on next phase of Coastal Change Adaptation Plans

Moray’s coastal communities consulted on next phase of Coastal Change Adaptation Plans

Moray’s coastal communities consulted on next phase of Coastal Change Adaptation Plans

MORAY Council is inviting local coastal communities to input to the new process for adapting to changes to the coastline due to climate change.


Contractor appointed to repair north-east road severely damaged during Storm Babet

Contractor appointed to repair north-east road severely damaged during Storm Babet

Contractor appointed to repair north-east road severely damaged during Storm Babet

A principal contractor for works to repair the significant damage to the A937 road at Marykirk has been appointed.


Scottish recycling rate hits all-time high, new figures reveal

Scottish recycling rate hits all-time high, new figures reveal

Scottish recycling rate hits all-time high, new figures reveal

HOUSEHOLDS in the north-east and across Scotland are recycling more than ever, new figures have revealed.


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

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

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


Politics: Halting littering is a challenge that needs faced head-on

Politics: Halting littering is a challenge that needs faced head-on

Politics: Halting littering is a challenge that needs faced head-on

MP David Duguid focuses on the problem of littering in his latest column.


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

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.

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


We all have to take responsibility for the environment

We all have to take responsibility for the environment

We all have to take responsibility for the environment

Column: Littering is a blight on our rural communities


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