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The Scottish food and drink manufacturing industry is made up of almost 1,200 companies, with a staggering A 9 billion turnover in 2012, and boasting exports worth over A 5.4bn.
Today marks the second anniversary of the deaths of Peter Meddens, 32, of Darwin, and Barry Denholm, 60, of Lossiemouth, Scotland, who were both killed by a falling steel bar on the rig off the coast of Warrnambool in 2012.
Grant Keenan, Director of Keenan Recycling and Craig Wilson Scottish chef who owns and runs Eat on The Green A leading North-east organics recycling firm is helping one of the region's top restaurants celebrate 10 years in business with a full circle approach to sourcing produce.
Youngsters across the Banff and Buchan area are invited to go along to Fraserburgh and Mintlaw academies this week as CircoModo's new season of workshops get underway.
Buchan councillors will be asked to give the go-ahead for the erection of a replacement timber footbright at Ladies Bridge in Cruden Bay, when they meet in Peterhead on Tuesday.
Macduff Shipyards Ltd. has received a contract worth more than 3.3 million pounds from Scottish Sea Farms for the design and build of four 19.8-meter 150T steel salmon feed barges and two 15m landing craft general purpose fish farm vessels.
SCOT Lance Corporal Charles Jarvis, who was awarded the Victoria Cross for his heroic actions in World War I will be remembered today in his home town, Helensburgh.
The cyclists from left to right are Anne Sinclair, Maureen Simpson, Ann Tough and Laraine Clark with our support team on the left George Simpson and on the right Jim Clark.
The widow of a 77-year-old motorist who died after his car was in a collision with a van on a country road has said he "lived life to the full".
A spokesman for the Easdale brothers, who have tabled a bid for the Ferguson shipyard in Port Glasgow, said they felt Jim McColl of Clyde Blowers would be best-placed to take over the Ferguson yard.
The bird of prey, named Storm, was introduced to a coastal town stop the cheeky gulls - but it was instead left fearing for its safety This video shows the moment a Harris hawk brought in to disperse cheeky seagulls in a town ended up cowering on a roof - after the bullying birds gulls turned on him.
A man and a woman who died in a crash in Aberdeenshire earlier this week have been named by police.
A man killed in a crash on an Aberdeenshire road has been named as a "wonderful" 77-year-old grandfather.
Mark King, 42, was required by law to check in with officers but had not been seen since 14 July.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:24 am
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