A north-east butcher has been recognised as Scotland's best for the third year in a row.
A family butcher that has served an Aberdeenshire community for 24 years will close for good later this year, partly due to competition from large supermarket chains.
A trio of north butchers proved they’re a cut above the rest after being crowned champions of the inaugural Scottish Butchers Wars, run by Scottish Craft Butchers and sponsored by Scotch Lamb PGI.
There may be no official souvenirs, but Royal baby Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor is making business go with a bang for The Queen’s local butcher at Balmoral.
The founder of a popular family butcher in Aberdeen who ran his shop for almost three decades has died, aged 75.
An Inverurie butcher has kicked off the year with a duo of glittering honours in the latest round of national industry awards.
Friends of an Aberdeen man who died earlier this year have created a lasting memorial to him.
A family-run business in Strichen is celebrating after being crowned the Scottish Butchers Shop of the Year for the second time.
A north-east butcher has skewered the competition to claim top prizes for their kebabs and chicken in a national competition.
A young Moray butcher has won a prize for making the best bridies in Scotland - using a recipe that was handed down by his granddad.
A leading Scots butcher has called on farmers and crofters to start finishing cattle at lower weights.
Banned farmer convicted of “harrowing” animal welfare charges admits illegally chopping down 2,000 trees
A farmer who was banned from keeping livestock after being convicted of "harrowing" animal welfare charges has admitted chopping down 2,000 trees illegally.
Inverurie's Lisa Finnigan has been cutting it in the butchery world by winning a prestigious industry award.
A farmer who owns a butcher’s shop in Aberdeen has been banned from keeping livestock after a second conviction for “harrowing” animal welfare crimes.