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Management of pregnant ewes will be up for discussion at the second meeting of the Shetland monitor farm later this week. Read More
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Firms across the country are being held back because of unreliable broadband connections, which is hitting productivity and causing "needless" delays, a report warns.
Industry leaders have hit out at the idea of a "no deal" Brexit, warning that manufacturers will be badly affected if access to the single market is lost.
Management of pregnant ewes will be up for discussion at the second meeting of the Shetland monitor farm later this week.
Footwear retailer Jones Bootmaker is closing its shops in Aberdeen and Inverness, with the loss of 18 jobs, after part of the chain was bought out of administration.
Twenty seven finalists were today named for a high-profile event honouring north-east business excellence, entrepreneurial behaviour and outstanding community contributions.
Aberdeenshire Council invests millions in Nigg Harbour – but only £130,000 in smaller north-east ports
Historic fishing ports are being neglected in favour of boosting cruise ship tourism at Aberdeen’s harbour, councillors claim.
Scotland's construction sector is stuck in a "state of limbo" because of political and constitutional uncertainties, according to an industry leader.
House builder Stewart Milne Group has announced the appointment of Gerry More as managing director of its division covering central Scotland.
Crofting has a bright future provided crofters stand together with one voice.
Lloyd's of London chairman John Nelson says insurance market veterans view the challenges thrown up by Brexit as a "walk in the park" compared to the difficulties that nearly obliterated the business just decades ago.
Wholesaler Booker will update on trading on Thursday amid mounting calls for a competition inquiry into its £3.7 billion merger with supermarket giant Tesco.
London-based fitness chain Gymbox is exploring options to expand outside the capital and internationally for the first time.
The most important thing in the sheep sector is its people.
A range of signs to deter people from walking their dogs in fields with livestock is being made available to farmers and crofters throughout Scotland thanks to NFU Scotland (NFUS).
Scottish dairy farmers are being offered the chance to apply for their share of £2.4million in EU funding.
A charity has welcomed Nicola Sturgeon's commitment to a review of children whose referrals to mental health services were rejected.
The countdown is on for Taste of Grampian, the festival that sees thousands of people descend on Inverurie to sample the best local produce from across the north-east of Scotland.
The health of key Scottish fishing stocks is closely linked to the type and quality of the seabed, new research findings have confirmed.
North America’s largest seafood trade showcase has been hailed as a big success for the Scottish firms on a mission to grow their exports across the Atlantic.
Henry Boot said work on the new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) contributed to one of the busiest years in its 131-year history.
Two brothers from Nairn led the charge at the annual show and sale of Young Farmers' overwintered cattle at Thainstone yesterday.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Jenny Harper, owner of Patch of Blue Studio in Cullen, Moray
An Aberdeenshire town has taken a step closer to becoming a "destination" with its official submission to become a Business Improvement District.
Support payments considered "vital" to sustaining Scotland's remote communities and rural economy will continue until 2018.
US stocks flirted with sharp losses but managed a mixed finish after Republicans cancelled a vote on their health care bill because it became clear the bill would fail.
The FTSE 100 ended Friday relatively flat as global investors awaited results from a congressional vote on Donald Trump's US healthcare reform bill.
As I transit across the beautiful and varied landscape of Aberdeenshire when out delivering my prized and much enjoyed Langoustines at various restaurants and chip shops, I can’t help but notice how the landscape is changing.
Even after the ending of World War II, Britain and Europe were still short of food and huge efforts continued to maintain high production levels.
Several supermarkets have announced fuel price cuts of two pence per litre amid a reduction in wholesale costs.
Pearson has pushed its chief executive's pay packet up 20%, despite the publisher posting the biggest loss in its history.
The background to the implosion in the Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society has been exposed with the release of an open letter signed by five senior breed figures.
Nicola Sturgeon has backed her Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham following chaotic scenes as a Holyrood independence debate was stopped because of the London terror attacks.