The wounds cut deep for Aberdeen captain Joe Lewis as he came to terms with his side’s incredible acts of self-harm at Pittodrie in the Europa League.
NFU Scotland has accused the BBC of lacking balance in its national coverage of farming.
Harvesting is under way in many parts of the country as farmers reap what they sowed in the age-old season of hope and hard work. While the tensions of the season remain ever present, the harvesting technology seeks to lighten the load. Pete Small looks back to some of its origins
ANM Group has launched a new campaign encouraging farmers in Angus and Perthshire to make use of its Thainstone auction mart.
A well-known figure on the Scottish show circuit fulfilled a long-held ambition as he scooped the biggest prize available on his home turf.
Farmers are being asked to become mentors for agriculture students.
Ross County prepare to lock horns with silverware-winning former stopper Scott Fox against Partick Thistle
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson believes goalkeeper Scott Fox deserves a warm reception from travelling Ross County fans tomorrow at Firhill.
A Scottish Government summit to address the continued decline in beef prices failed to find a solution to the sector’s woes.
A new £1 million project aims to boost production efficiency in the UK’s dairy-beef sector.
Scotland’s sheep industry brushed aside dire predictions of post-Brexit annihilation yesterday and quietly got on with the business of selling and buying lambs at one of the country’s landmark sales.
A no-deal Brexit could put more than 50% of UK farms out of business, according to a report published today.
Records are being reviewed of patients across Scotland who received treatment from a fake psychiatrist who practised for 22 years without a qualification.
A joint industry campaign to boost sales of dairy products among young parents has been hailed a success.
The Scottish Tories have called for government farm subsidy loan payments to be increased to 100% of what a farmer or crofter is due.
Crown Estate Scotland has chosen a young couple to take over a 242-acre farm on Applegirth Estate in Dumfries and Galloway as part of its commitment to the Scottish Government’s new entrants to farming initiative.
Prior to this Hyundai’s arrival, the full-electric car market was pretty much divided into a couple of contenders.
For some properties it’s the layout that people love.
Turn the clock back to 1880, a time when Queen Victoria was on the throne and William Gladstone was the prime minister.
Plans have been submitted for a new 12-cage salmon farm off Fetlar.
Josh Mullin insists he is in no rush to follow Jamie Lindsay to England.
Lee Erwin is finally free to play for Ross County after world body Fifa ruled in the Dingwall club’s favour.
Caley Jags boss John Robertson tells squad to heed example set by determined right-back Shaun Rooney
Caley Thistle manager John Robertson believes Shaun Rooney is the perfect example of the desire he wants to see from his players.
A teenage boy was airlifted in a “serious condition” after being injured near a historic Highland castle.
An 11-year-old schoolboy from Wester Ross has been praised by teenage activist Greta Thunberg for his environmental campaigning.
More than 9,000 people were thrilled by a first look at P&J Live when the north-east’s newest and biggest venue held a special preview event on Saturday.
Cove were given a warning that they won’t get things all their own way in League 2 after taking just a point from a topsy-turvy game they should have won but came dangerously close to losing.
Aberdeenshire are all but relegated from the Eastern Premier after another batting collapse saw them fall 140 runs short of the Forfarshire total of 279, and now face the possibility of being finally put out their misery by city rivals Stoneywood-Dyce in the penultimate fixture of the season this weekend.
Oban Camanachd defender Daniel Sloss celebrated his 17th birthday by booking a place in his first Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup final.
It sits amidst the wild Atlantic Ocean, 112 miles off the Scottish Mainland, and now Britain’s remotest shop is looking for somebody to run it.
Greater collaboration and regulation within the technology industry is key to the north-east becoming a hub of global excellence, an industry boss has claimed.
Changes have been proposed to the seed potato Safe Haven assurance scheme which would mean Brown Rot and Epitrix would be covered on top of the existing Ring Rot and Dickeya.
A series of trials is taking place on potato farms to look at effective alternatives for banned chemicals such as diquat and CIPC.