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There was no need for wellies, waterproofs of brollies at the sunny Sutherland Show on Saturday.
The UK economy's lacklustre start to the year is expected to continue as flagging industrial production and construction output drags on second-quarter growth.
UK manufacturing output grew at the quickest rate since January 1995 over the last quarter, sparking the sector's biggest hiring spree in three years.
A drive to improve the health and wellbeing of Scotland’s farmers was launched on a farm in the north-east yesterday.
Pig farmers are getting the highest share of the retail pork price in eight years, according to AHDB.
Five-a-side football firm Goals Soccer Centres has teamed up with the owners of Manchester City Football Club to mount an offensive on the US market.
A US company is offering to microchip its employees.
The average nursing and midwifery role advertised in the NHS is only drawing three applications, new figures show.
German car giant BMW insists it did not "seek or receive" any assurance from the Government on post-Brexit trade before deciding to build a fully electric version of the Mini in the UK.
Amazon's UK chief has expressed his desire to maintain a "diverse workforce" following Brexit as the internet giant revealed it is to create 450 research and development jobs at its new London headquarters.
Dutch paint maker AkzoNobel has posted disappointing second-quarter core earnings and revealed that its embattled chairman, Antony Burgmans, is to step down following activist pressure.
The owner of The Guardian is charging ahead with a major efficiency drive after slashing more than 300 jobs in a "painful though necessary" move last year.
Bottles of rare malt whisky now fetch £286 on average at auction as the market continues to grow.
Furious political leaders in the north of England are pledging to fight for a fair deal on transport cash after the Government scaled back plans in the north while backing billions more for the south.
Low-paid jobseekers are being conned out of hundreds of pounds by being duped into applying for fake work, it has been revealed.
Noel Edmonds has increased his compensation claim against Lloyds Banking Group to a massive £300 million after he fell victim to fraud at the hands of former HBOS Reading staff.
Provident Financial has seen profits drop by more than a fifth after suffering disruption while shifting its home credit business to a new model.
Hard-pressed supermarket shoppers could soon start to see upward prices easing off one year on from the EU referendum, figures suggest.
Domino's Pizza has inked an agreement with Amazon Echo that will enable voice ordering for customers as it looks to boost slowing sales growth.
Profits at Virgin Money jumped in the first half of the year, but the bank sounded a note of caution on the UK housing market.
Luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo is to be acquired by US fashion brand Michael Kors in an £896 million deal.
Drinks firm Fever-Tree has upgraded its profits forecast after revenues fizzed up in the first half of the year.
Donald Trump has talked up the prospects of a "very big and exciting" post-Brexit trade deal between the US and UK, amid controversy over whether Britain would have to relax food standards to secure an agreement.
The cost of holiday childcare has risen by more than 50% across Britain since 2010, Labour has said.
Asda has withdrawn an own brand nappy for newborns from sale after a father claimed his son suffered a "chemical reaction" to the product.
Ryanair’s first quarter results yesterday came with a fresh warning that flights from UK airports face being grounded by Brexit.
Harbour bosses in Shetland say diversifying their customer base has served them well during the oil and gas downturn.
Property experts have reported a rise in house sales in the north-east over the past three months.
The latest round of licensing for oil and gas operations in the North Sea and nearby waters is open for applications.
US stocks mostly fell on Monday, and broad-market indexes inched modestly backward at the start of a busy week of corporate earnings reports and a meeting of the Federal Reserve.
Japanese investment bank Mizuho Securities has disclosed plans to set up a subsidiary in Frankfurt in hopes of securing its EU client base after Brexit.
The FTSE 100 fell 1% on Monday, dragged lower by a stronger pound and a drop in Reckitt Benckiser shares after the company revealed a fall in sales following a major cyber attack last month.