Social enterprise Elevator is to launch a season of new events and activities for budding entrepreneurs to find potential business partners.
Loganair has started operating flights between Aberdeen, Durham Tees Valley Airport (DTVA) and Norwich.
A new book has been launched to help raise funds for rural charity RSABI.
The Bannatyne Group has embarked on a £50million investment drive creating “hundreds of jobs” after successfully pumping up profits.
Caley Thistle midfielder Jake Mulraney says Inverness will quickly climb the table if they maintain the level of performance they displayed in Saturday’s 0-0 draw at Falkirk.
While driving my young son to yet another children’s football festival in Banchory recently, I passed a sign for the Banchory Lodge Hotel and decided I’d treat the family to lunch there after we had negotiated the couple of hours of action at the King George V Park.
The new chief executive of the north-east’s tourism body wants to offer visitors “oven ready Scottish experiences” from the coast to the Cairngorms.
A man who was awaiting sentence after his dog nipped three people has died.
Many dream of the day they can say goodbye to Scotland and start a new life in France.
Work has started on a multimillion-pound redevelopment at one of the north-east’s best known hotels.
Inflation is expected to surge to a five-year high when official figures are released next week as rising airfares, fuel and electricity prices ratchet up the financial pressure on households.
Lights from around 50 torches blazed into the evening sky yesterday as hundreds of people followed the traditional procession ahead of the official opening of the 2017 Royal National Mod Loch Abar.
Salers cattle are growing in popularity with more and more farmers turning to the continental breed in search of easy-calving cows.
Leading Scottish cheese maker Lactalis McLelland has bounced back into the black.
An Orkney farmer has been named chairman of the British Limousin Cattle Society.
Farm machinery manufacturer New Holland has launched a new Scottish apprenticeship scheme.
Scottish dairy farmers are being encouraged to sign up to the Dairy Pro continuing professional development programme.
Having Russia as a close neighbour is proving a real challenge for Finland’s farmers as it depended on the Soviet nation as a vital customer for exported farm produce.
NFU Scotland has called on shortbread makers to work collaboratively with dairy farmers to source Scottish butter for their biscuits.
The Duke of Rothesay paid a surprise visit to Thainstone Centre, Inverurie, yesterday to show his support for the agricultural industry, which is experiencing a difficult harvest situation and seasonal livestock sales impacted by the recent bad weather.
Recipient of this year’s Royal Northern and Aberdeen and Northern Marts award for outstanding service to the north-east farming community is Moray farmer David Brown.
More than 100 businesses gathered in Aberdeen yesterday to celebrate the richness and diversity of the north-east economy.
The Queen has made the leader of the SNP in the House of Commons one of her most senior advisers - the day after his party voted in favour of the public ceasing to pay her wages.
A ferry company which carries travellers around the north and north-east of Scotland has secured the top award for its efforts at championing local food and drink.
The pound lost ground against a stronger euro as investor jitters around Catalan independence momentarily eased.
When you think of a cottage by the sea, images of a little whitewashed home may spring to mind. Altonburn Cottage is much more than that ...
A doctor has gone before his professional watchdog accused of assaulting a nurse and molesting two patients.
Consumers could get a fairer deal on household bills if the SNP push ahead with plans for a publicly backed, not-for-profit energy company, it has been claimed.
Business at Aberdeen International Airport is continuing to soar as passenger figures in September were boosted by a successful Offshore Europe.
Scotch Whisky sales in the UK have fallen by 1million bottles after Chancellor Philip Hammond hiked spirits tax in his March Budget.
Fraserburgh went top of the Press and Journal Highland League in style on Saturday with a thrilling 7-3 home win against Deveronvale.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart hopes the sickness bug which has swept through the Jags camp clears in time for their Scottish Cup tie against Lowland League leaders BSC Glasgow on Saturday.