A teenager has been accused of blackmailing Dundee United chairman Stephen Thomson.
A good family-run restaurant is hard to find nowadays but this little gem in Huntly Street, Aberdeen has been a favourite of ours for some time.
A block of Propino spring barley has been crowned cream of the crop in this year’s Royal Northern Agricultural Society (RNAS) growing cereals competition.
Turriff Show organisers, the Turriff District Agricultural Association (TDAA), has purchased a neighbouring field to the showground.
The number of Scottish pigs that can be transported to English slaughterhouses in the wake of the Brechin abattoir fire has been boosted to 12,000 a week following a Department of Transport extension to drivers’ hours.
A low supply of prime cattle on the market and lower carcase weights are boosting farmgate beef prices, according to Quality Meat Scotland.
At this time of year there’s often a glut of tomatoes.
The vertical cliffs, scree slopes and black rock faces of treacherous 3,800ft mountains push sheep farming in Glencoe off the scale of the “less favoured” designation .
After a year of deafening silence from farming ministers across the UK, new Defra minister, Michael Gove, barely six weeks into the job, unveiled his vision for a British Agriculture Policy.
Dairy giant Muller has revealed further details of a new contract option to allow farmers to fix the price of their milk for up to 12 months ahead.
A new £500,000 fund has been established to help farmers, land managers and small to medium-sized businesses in rural areas develop sustainable energy schemes.
The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) has appointed a group from the Lothians region as its 2017/18 presidential team.
A game-changing agreement has been reached between Scotland and Brazil on seed potato certification standards.
Confession: we did not get around to making sea buckthorn ice-cream as previously billed last column.
Farmers and crofters from across the north of Scotland flocked to auction marts in the north to see whether their hard work would deliver profit at the first of the autumn store lamb sales in Quoybrae, Lairg and Dingwall.
A north-east couple is poised to take over one of the north-east’s most iconic seafood restaurants.
Global fashion label Alexander McQueen has been accused of short changing a family-run craft business in Shetland by prominently displaying an image of one of its products on a catwalk runway.
Theresa May has criticised Donald Trump for not singling out white supremacists for criticism following deadly unrest in Virginia, insisting there is “no equivalence” between fascists and their opponents.
The legislation to formally remove the UK from the EU risks undermining environmental progress in the devolved nations, Scottish and Welsh ministers have warned.
A state visit to Britain by Donald Trump should be “unthinkable” in light of his response to deadly violence in Virginia, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
An Aberdeenshire pig farmer ditched his wellies and put on an apron for a visit to a north-east supermarket earlier this week as part of a drive to encourage shoppers to buy and cook more Scottish pork.
British Airways has announced a new codeshare agreement with Loganair which will allow passengers in the north to connect with the wider world.
The boyfriend of an Aberdeen University student who took her own life after weeks of his abuse has been thrown off his course.
An island rapist has been convicted of a horrific catalogue of abuse after the victim found footage he had filmed of the sex attacks on his computer.
What’s the connection between Vikings, a sparkling lost diamond and James Bond?
Scottish Beltex breeders enjoyed a successful day of sales at Carlisle with averages up for both ram lambs and shearlings.
It was ladies’ day at Tarland Show on Saturday with the champion and reserve interbreed titles in both the beef and sheep sections going to female entries.
The Orkney County Show confirmed its long-held reputation for quality stock with an outstanding show of beef cattle – the best to be seen anywhere in the country – at Saturday’s show in the Bignold Park, Kirkwall.
House prices UK-wide are around £10,000 higher on average than a year ago but the annual pace of growth is slowing, official figures show.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has defended her predecessor Alex Salmond after he was criticised for telling a “sexist” joke at his Edinburgh Fringe show.
Something wild was going on beneath Union Street as people rushed here and there on a Saturday night full of the usual anticipation – with hopes of enjoying a fine meal, making new friends and even exciting new encounters.
If you are looking for a property that offers the best of both worlds, Highfield in the hamlet of Gorthleck, might just be what you are looking for.