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Green Flag Award for Aden Country Park

Green Flag Award for Aden Country Park

Green Flag Award for Aden Country Park

Aden Country Park has been presented with a Green Flag Award from Keep Scotland Beautiful.


Provisional results show an increase in agricultural production for 2021

Provisional results show an increase in agricultural production for 2021

Provisional results show an increase in agricultural production for 2021

Total cereal production for Scotland is expected to be around 3.1 million tonnes.


New project aims to eradicate invasive plants from National Trust properties

New project aims to eradicate invasive plants from National Trust properties

New project aims to eradicate invasive plants from National Trust properties

The National Trust for Scotland’s effort to eradicate invasive plants is focussing on the north-east this autumn.


Poultry keepers urged to act to reduce risk from bird flu this winter

Poultry keepers urged to act to reduce risk from bird flu this winter

Poultry keepers urged to act to reduce risk from bird flu this winter

The UK is currently free from avian flu but over the last year 26 outbreaks were confirmed in kept poultry and in over 300 wild birds.


Seaweed cultivation recommended as a viable business opportunity in north Aberdeenshire

Seaweed cultivation recommended as a viable business opportunity in north Aberdeenshire

Seaweed cultivation recommended as a viable business opportunity in north Aberdeenshire

Northern Light Consulting looked at the potential for cultivation across a number of sites from Portsoy to Fraserburgh.


Farmers invited to Resilient & Ready showcase

Farmers invited to Resilient & Ready showcase

Farmers invited to Resilient & Ready showcase

The event takes place at Young Farmer of the Year, Harriet Ross and Ben Lowe’s Newseat of Dumbreck farm at Udny.


Adam raises north-east gull problems at Scottish Parliament

Adam raises north-east gull problems at Scottish Parliament

Adam raises north-east gull problems at Scottish Parliament

THE issue of urban gulls, who have been tormenting residents in the north-east and Moray, has been raised in the Scottish Parliament today.


Prince Charles welcomed to Aberdeenshire businesses

Prince Charles welcomed to Aberdeenshire businesses

Prince Charles welcomed to Aberdeenshire businesses

Two Aberdeenshire businesses welcomed HRH Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay, during his tour of the north-east.


Young people to lead the way on cutting carbon in Aberdeenshire’s schools

 Young people to lead the way on cutting carbon in Aberdeenshire’s schools

Young people to lead the way on cutting carbon in Aberdeenshire’s schools

Pupils from Kemnay Academy have highlighted the need to keep language and presentation plain and simple to encourage peers to ‘come on our journey’.


New Bennachie trail focusses on climate change

New Bennachie trail focusses on climate change

New Bennachie trail focusses on climate change

A new trail at Bennachie is examining the effects of climate change on the planet.


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