Spectators and exhibitors braved the cold for this year’s Clydesdale Winter Fair at Lanark Mart, on Saturday, which enjoyed its biggest entry for a number of years, with 113 catalogued.
A two-year-old filly was crowned cream of the crop at the City of Aberdeen Clydesdale Show.
Over a year in the planning, the Celebration of the Clydesdale, saw huge crowds line the Royal Highland Show ring, watch from the grandstand, pack the members stand and seek views from numerous other vantage points at the Ingliston showground.
The cricket world is in shock after the death at just 38 of Scotland international all-rounder Con de Lange.
Clydesdale breeders and enthusiasts from far and wide gathered on Saturday for the City of Aberdeen Clydesdale Horse Show at Duthie Park.
A Clydesdale Bank boss insisted yesterday the 180-year-old Scottish bank would not lose its heritage after the parent, CYBG, rebrands as Virgin Money.
An Aberdeen community held a “last stand” protest yesterday over plans to close their Clydesdale branch.
The Scottish Parliament will host a meeting today to scrutinise the closures of banks in the north-east.
The owner of Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks has revealed an extra £350million hit after seeing soaring payment protection insurance (PPI) claims ahead of the complaints deadline.
Community groups are being given an extra fortnight to potentially claim a share of £80,000.
A bank in Aberdeen will close in June, forcing residents to travel miles for alternative services.
Clydesdale has offered a lifeline to a north-east community after closing its Mintlaw branch.
A north-east community has been told that mobile banking would not be "cost effective" as Clydesdale Bank prepares to close branches across the region.
North-east councillors have held crunch talks with Clydesdale Bank bosses ahead of proposals to close branches across the region.
The top award at this year's National Stallion Show - the Prince of Wales Trophy - went to the Clydesdale yearling filly, Ord Tinkerbell, from Eric and Miranda Johnstone of Muir of Ord.
It is said that the Clydesdale Horse Society came into being as a result of a meeting called by prominent breeder John M. Martin, of Auchendennan, near Loch Lomond.
North-east councillors will appeal to bank bosses to reconsider closing branches across their communities.