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Benefits of good crop yields and a winning breed | Press and Journal

Benefits of good crop yields and a winning breed | Press and Journal

NFU Scotland’s Highland regional chairman, Cameron MacIver, writes about harvest and record-breaking sheep Read full article: Benefits of good crop yields and a winni...→

Benefits of good crop yields and a winning breed | Press and Journal

Benefits of good crop yields and a winning breed | Press and Journal

NFU Scotland’s Highland regional chairman, Cameron MacIver, writes about harvest and record-breaking sheep Read full article: Benefits of good crop yields and a winni...→

Staggies will feel they are facing Dons at a good time, says Irvine | Press and Journal

Staggies will feel they are facing Dons at a good time, says Irvine | Press and Journal

Brian Irvine believes Ross County will relish the opportunity to try and capitalise on a difficult week for Sunday’s Premiership opponents Aberdeen. Read full article: Staggies will feel they are facing Dons ...→

King in the north: Keir Starmer 'will find it almost impossible' to become PM without winning Scotland back | Press and Journal

King in the north: Keir Starmer 'will find it almost impossible' to become PM without winning Scotland back | Press and Journal

Keir Starmer will find it "almost impossible to become prime minister" without winning a significant number of seats back from the SNP in Scotland, Ian Murray [...] Read full article: King in the north: Keir Starmer 'will fi...→

Dons pay the price for poor start as winning run ended by Motherwell | Press and Journal

Dons pay the price for poor start as winning run ended by Motherwell | Press and Journal

Aberdeen suffered their second defeat of the season in spectacular fashion as they were punished by a ruthless Motherwell at Pittodrie. Read full article: Dons pay the price for poor start as win...→

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes delighted by players resolve following six-game winning streak | Press and Journal

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes delighted by players resolve following six-game winning streak | Press and Journal

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has hailed his players’ resolve after watching his side bounce back from a coronavirus protocol breach on the opening day of the [...] Read full article: Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes delighted by...→

Banned pesticides may be used to save beet crop | Press and Journal

Banned pesticides may be used to save beet crop | Press and Journal

Banned pesticides could be used to tackle an outbreak of a virus spread by aphids that is harming sugar beet crops, Environment Secretary George Eustice has sa [...] Read full article: Banned pesticides may be used to save be...→

Brexit: No-deal can be 'good outcome for UK', Boris Johnson claims | Press and Journal

Brexit: No-deal can be 'good outcome for UK', Boris Johnson claims | Press and Journal

Boris Johnson is planning to ditch key parts of the Brexit agreement if the European Union does not agree to the UK's trade deal demands by October 15. Read full article: Brexit: No-deal can be 'good outcome for...→

Council leader puts welfare support at top of list for using Inverness Common Good fund underspend | Press and Journal

Council leader puts welfare support at top of list for using Inverness Common Good fund underspend | Press and Journal

A six-figure underspend by Inverness Common Good Fund (ICGF) this year should be used to help the most vulnerable, according to Highland Council leader Margare [...] Read full article: Council leader puts welfare support at t...→

Award-winning Aberdeen cafe forced into temporary closure after battle with bad weather | Press and Journal

Award-winning Aberdeen cafe forced into temporary closure after battle with bad weather | Press and Journal

With business already blighted by the pandemic, an award-winning Aberdeen cafe has suffered another blow amidst recent bad weather. Read full article: Award-winning Aberdeen cafe forced into ...→

Council in 'good position' to push for improvements at troubled north-east junction | Press and Journal

Council in 'good position' to push for improvements at troubled north-east junction | Press and Journal

A senior north-east roads official has said proposals to extend a dual carriageway past an accident black-spot are in a "good position". Read full article: Council in 'good position' to push for i...→

McCrorie too good an opportunity to pass up for Aberdeen | Press and Journal

McCrorie too good an opportunity to pass up for Aberdeen | Press and Journal

The Dons last night completed the signing of midfielder McCrorie on a four-year deal with the player moving to the club on a season loan initially from Rangers [...] Read full article: McCrorie too good an opportunity to pass...→

Mallaig school teachers speed quizzes raise more than £600 to benefit good causes | Press and Journal

Mallaig school teachers speed quizzes raise more than £600 to benefit good causes | Press and Journal

A Mallaig school teacher has raised more than £600 to benefit a trio of good causes by hosting a number of speed quizzes. Read full article: Mallaig school teachers speed quizzes ra...→

Gardening: vegetables you can grow together (and the benefits of crop rotation)

Gardening: vegetables you can grow together (and the benefits of crop rotation)

For National Allotments Week (August 10-16), Hannah Stephenson looks at veg you can grow together, and the benefits of crop rotation. Read full article: Gardening: vegetables you can grow toget...→

Good Morning Britain viewer breaks down in tears live on air after winning £3000

Good Morning Britain viewer breaks down in tears live on air after winning £3000

A LUCKY Good Morning Britain viewer broke down in tears today when she won £3,000 in the competition. The overwhelmed fan, Alexandra, also sent her love to Kat [...] Read full article: Good Morning Britain viewer breaks down ...→

Concern for future of Banff hospital's unit voiced as campaigners fear virus will be used as excuse to close it for good | Press and Journal

Concern for future of Banff hospital's unit voiced as campaigners fear virus will be used as excuse to close it for good | Press and Journal

It's feared thousands of Banff residents face losing their minor injury unit after health bosses declined to provide a date for its reopening. Read full article: Concern for future of Banff hospital's u...→

Stuart Kettlewell thinks Ross County will now be able to embrace tough run after return to winning ways in Perth | Press and Journal

Stuart Kettlewell thinks Ross County will now be able to embrace tough run after return to winning ways in Perth | Press and Journal

Manager Stuart Kettlewell feels Ross County’s return to winning ways has kept their doubters at arm’s length ahead of a tough upcoming run of fixtures. Read full article: Stuart Kettlewell thinks Ross County wil...→

As scientists work on a healthy milk chocolate bar, is it too good to be true? | Press and Journal

As scientists work on a healthy milk chocolate bar, is it too good to be true? | Press and Journal

With researchers in the US developing an antioxidant-enriched milk chocolate, Clare Johnston looks at which types are currently best for us - and if we'll ever [...] Read full article: As scientists work on a healthy milk cho...→

New Highland breed record set when bull sold for 23,000gn | Press and Journal

New Highland breed record set when bull sold for 23,000gn | Press and Journal

A new Highland cattle breed record was set when a five-year-old bull sold for 23,000gn at United Auctions in Stirling. Read full article: New Highland breed record set when bull ...→

Gimmer sold at 50,000gn sets new Texel breed record | Press and Journal

Gimmer sold at 50,000gn sets new Texel breed record | Press and Journal

Another Texel breed record was set when a gimmer sold for 50,000gn just weeks after a Texel ram lamb set a new world record for the most expensive sheep ever s [...] Read full article: Gimmer sold at 50,000gn sets new Texel b...→

'English barley crop won’t affect Scottish malting market' | Press and Journal

'English barley crop won’t affect Scottish malting market' | Press and Journal

Fears at sowing time that England’s exceptional 2020 spring barley acreage would pose a threat to the Scottish malting markets have proved to be groundless. Read full article: 'English barley crop won’t affect Scotti...→

Three-crop rule ditched by Scottish Government | Press and Journal

Three-crop rule ditched by Scottish Government | Press and Journal

The Scottish Government has ditched the despised three-crop rule in next year’s reformed greening scheme. Read full article: Three-crop rule ditched by Scottish Gove...→

Blue Texel breed record set with 25,000gn ram lamb | Press and Journal

Blue Texel breed record set with 25,000gn ram lamb | Press and Journal

A breed record for a Blue Texel was set when a ram lamb went under the hammer for 25,000gn at the breed’s Northern Supreme sale in Carlisle. Read full article: Blue Texel breed record set with 25,000g...→

Foodie Five: The cookbooks award-winning Bridge of Orchy head chef David Hetherington swears by | Press and Journal

Foodie Five: The cookbooks award-winning Bridge of Orchy head chef David Hetherington swears by | Press and Journal

In this new series, Rebecca Shearer speaks to Scottish foodies about their food and drink favourites. To kick it off, Scotland's 'most inspiring chef of the ye [...] Read full article: Foodie Five: The cookbooks award-winning...→

Derek McInnes: New signing Ross McCrorie was too good an opportunity for Aberdeen to turn down | Press and Journal

Derek McInnes: New signing Ross McCrorie was too good an opportunity for Aberdeen to turn down | Press and Journal

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes still craves a striker but the Dons boss insists the chance to sign Ross McCrorie was an opportunity the club could not turn dow [...] Read full article: Derek McInnes: New signing Ross McCrorie...→

Elgin City boss Gavin Price hopes squad consistency can breed success in League Two | Press and Journal

Elgin City boss Gavin Price hopes squad consistency can breed success in League Two | Press and Journal

Elgin City manager Gavin Price hopes familiarity can breed success at Borough Briggs when the League Two season gets under way. Read full article: Elgin City boss Gavin Price hopes squad ...→

Winter crop yields are down sharply | Press and Journal

Winter crop yields are down sharply | Press and Journal

British winter barley and winter oilseed rape yields are down sharply this year, according to AHDB. Read full article: Winter crop yields are down sharply | Pr...→

Councillors to consider using Common Good funds to help Highland capital recover from Covid impact | Press and Journal

Councillors to consider using Common Good funds to help Highland capital recover from Covid impact | Press and Journal

Inverness councillors are considering a suggestion by one of their number that money from the Inverness Common Good Fund (ICGF) should be cashed in to help the [...] Read full article: Councillors to consider using Common Goo...→

Council to assess health benefits of Stonehaven street changes after 800 residents call for them to be scrapped in petition | Press and Journal

Council to assess health benefits of Stonehaven street changes after 800 residents call for them to be scrapped in petition | Press and Journal

The health benefits of controversial social distancing measures in an Aberdeenshire town will be assessed before any decision is made on removing them. Read full article: Council to assess health benefits of Sto...→

Eastern Airways insist they are in good shape to fly higher | Press and Journal

Eastern Airways insist they are in good shape to fly higher | Press and Journal

Eastern Airways has insisted its future is secure despite its auditor warning of a “material uncertainty” facing the business. Read full article: Eastern Airways insist they are in good ...→

Scottish festival to reward kids' good deeds with storytelling sessions | Press and Journal

Scottish festival to reward kids' good deeds with storytelling sessions | Press and Journal

Youngsters are being offered the chance to pledge good deeds for their community and receive a visit from a storyteller. Read full article: Scottish festival to reward kids' good d...→

Good to go: Seven experiences to try out as you explore Scotland | Press and Journal

Good to go: Seven experiences to try out as you explore Scotland | Press and Journal

Scotland is gradually reopening as restrictions ease and new measures are put in place to ensure everyone’s safety. Read full article: Good to go: Seven experiences to try out...→

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What's in the Internal Market Bill? | Press and Journal

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What's in the Internal Market Bill? | Press and Journal

Boris Johnson's blueprint for a post-Brexit Britain caused consternation at home and abroad when it was published this week. Read full article: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What's i...→

Ed Davey will get the Liberal Democrats 'winning again' in Scotland | Press and Journal

Ed Davey will get the Liberal Democrats 'winning again' in Scotland | Press and Journal

Incoming Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey will be a "great asset" to the party north of the border, Willie Rennie has said. Read full article: Ed Davey will get the Liberal Democrats ...→

Inverness boardwalk saved from closure as conservationists 'make good with repairs' | Press and Journal

Inverness boardwalk saved from closure as conservationists 'make good with repairs' | Press and Journal

A boardwalk at an Inverness beauty spot has been saved from closure as conservationists pledge to “make good with repairs". Read full article: Inverness boardwalk saved from closure a...→

Best year yet for UK-grown crop of watermelons | Press and Journal

Best year yet for UK-grown crop of watermelons | Press and Journal

A British farm has grown a bumper crop of watermelons in its best ever season, helped by the warmest UK spring on record and the heatwave. Read full article: Best year yet for UK-grown crop of water...→

The Source: Jackie brings out her inner Paddington with award-winning marmalade | Press and Journal

The Source: Jackie brings out her inner Paddington with award-winning marmalade | Press and Journal

With nothing more than a love for producing jams and marmalades, Jackie MacIntyre started her own business, Bourtree Jams and Preserves, more or less by accide [...] Read full article: The Source: Jackie brings out her inner ...→

Eleanor Bradford: I can’t stress it more - Learn good grammar | Press and Journal

Eleanor Bradford: I can’t stress it more - Learn good grammar | Press and Journal

Let’s talk about job applications shall we since, unfortunately, this is something many people will be writing over the coming months. Read full article: Eleanor Bradford: I can’t stress it more...→

Last-minute entry takes honours in RNAS crop contest | Press and Journal

Last-minute entry takes honours in RNAS crop contest | Press and Journal

A 25-acre block of Kingston winter barley was cream of the crop in this year’s Royal Northern Agricultural Society growing cereals contest. Read full article: Last-minute entry takes honours in RNAS ...→

Staggies will feel they are facing Dons at a good time, says Irvine | Press and Journal

Staggies will feel they are facing Dons at a good time, says Irvine | Press and Journal

Brian Irvine believes Ross County will relish the opportunity to try and capitalise on a difficult week for Sunday’s Premiership opponents Aberdeen. Read full article: Staggies will feel they are facing Dons ...→

Council to assess health benefits of Stonehaven street changes after 800 residents call for them to be scrapped in petition | Press and Journal

Council to assess health benefits of Stonehaven street changes after 800 residents call for them to be scrapped in petition | Press and Journal

The health benefits of controversial social distancing measures in an Aberdeenshire town will be assessed before any decision is made on removing them. Read full article: Council to assess health benefits of Sto...→

Stuart Kettlewell thinks Ross County will now be able to embrace tough run after return to winning ways in Perth | Press and Journal

Stuart Kettlewell thinks Ross County will now be able to embrace tough run after return to winning ways in Perth | Press and Journal

Manager Stuart Kettlewell feels Ross County’s return to winning ways has kept their doubters at arm’s length ahead of a tough upcoming run of fixtures. Read full article: Stuart Kettlewell thinks Ross County wil...→

Dons pay the price for poor start as winning run ended by Motherwell | Press and Journal

Dons pay the price for poor start as winning run ended by Motherwell | Press and Journal

Aberdeen suffered their second defeat of the season in spectacular fashion as they were punished by a ruthless Motherwell at Pittodrie. Read full article: Dons pay the price for poor start as win...→

As scientists work on a healthy milk chocolate bar, is it too good to be true? | Press and Journal

As scientists work on a healthy milk chocolate bar, is it too good to be true? | Press and Journal

With researchers in the US developing an antioxidant-enriched milk chocolate, Clare Johnston looks at which types are currently best for us - and if we'll ever [...] Read full article: As scientists work on a healthy milk cho...→

Good to go: Seven experiences to try out as you explore Scotland | Press and Journal

Good to go: Seven experiences to try out as you explore Scotland | Press and Journal

Scotland is gradually reopening as restrictions ease and new measures are put in place to ensure everyone’s safety. Read full article: Good to go: Seven experiences to try out...→

Gimmer sold at 50,000gn sets new Texel breed record | Press and Journal

Gimmer sold at 50,000gn sets new Texel breed record | Press and Journal

Another Texel breed record was set when a gimmer sold for 50,000gn just weeks after a Texel ram lamb set a new world record for the most expensive sheep ever s [...] Read full article: Gimmer sold at 50,000gn sets new Texel b...→

Three-crop rule ditched by Scottish Government | Press and Journal

Three-crop rule ditched by Scottish Government | Press and Journal

The Scottish Government has ditched the despised three-crop rule in next year’s reformed greening scheme. Read full article: Three-crop rule ditched by Scottish Gove...→

Council leader puts welfare support at top of list for using Inverness Common Good fund underspend | Press and Journal

Council leader puts welfare support at top of list for using Inverness Common Good fund underspend | Press and Journal

A six-figure underspend by Inverness Common Good Fund (ICGF) this year should be used to help the most vulnerable, according to Highland Council leader Margare [...] Read full article: Council leader puts welfare support at t...→

Ed Davey will get the Liberal Democrats 'winning again' in Scotland | Press and Journal

Ed Davey will get the Liberal Democrats 'winning again' in Scotland | Press and Journal

Incoming Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey will be a "great asset" to the party north of the border, Willie Rennie has said. Read full article: Ed Davey will get the Liberal Democrats ...→

Council in 'good position' to push for improvements at troubled north-east junction | Press and Journal

Council in 'good position' to push for improvements at troubled north-east junction | Press and Journal

A senior north-east roads official has said proposals to extend a dual carriageway past an accident black-spot are in a "good position". Read full article: Council in 'good position' to push for i...→

Inverness boardwalk saved from closure as conservationists 'make good with repairs' | Press and Journal

Inverness boardwalk saved from closure as conservationists 'make good with repairs' | Press and Journal

A boardwalk at an Inverness beauty spot has been saved from closure as conservationists pledge to “make good with repairs". Read full article: Inverness boardwalk saved from closure a...→

Derek McInnes: New signing Ross McCrorie was too good an opportunity for Aberdeen to turn down | Press and Journal

Derek McInnes: New signing Ross McCrorie was too good an opportunity for Aberdeen to turn down | Press and Journal

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes still craves a striker but the Dons boss insists the chance to sign Ross McCrorie was an opportunity the club could not turn dow [...] Read full article: Derek McInnes: New signing Ross McCrorie...→

The Source: Jackie brings out her inner Paddington with award-winning marmalade | Press and Journal

The Source: Jackie brings out her inner Paddington with award-winning marmalade | Press and Journal

With nothing more than a love for producing jams and marmalades, Jackie MacIntyre started her own business, Bourtree Jams and Preserves, more or less by accide [...] Read full article: The Source: Jackie brings out her inner ...→

Elgin City boss Gavin Price hopes squad consistency can breed success in League Two | Press and Journal

Elgin City boss Gavin Price hopes squad consistency can breed success in League Two | Press and Journal

Elgin City manager Gavin Price hopes familiarity can breed success at Borough Briggs when the League Two season gets under way. Read full article: Elgin City boss Gavin Price hopes squad ...→

Eleanor Bradford: I can’t stress it more - Learn good grammar | Press and Journal

Eleanor Bradford: I can’t stress it more - Learn good grammar | Press and Journal

Let’s talk about job applications shall we since, unfortunately, this is something many people will be writing over the coming months. Read full article: Eleanor Bradford: I can’t stress it more...→

Councillors to consider using Common Good funds to help Highland capital recover from Covid impact | Press and Journal

Councillors to consider using Common Good funds to help Highland capital recover from Covid impact | Press and Journal

Inverness councillors are considering a suggestion by one of their number that money from the Inverness Common Good Fund (ICGF) should be cashed in to help the [...] Read full article: Councillors to consider using Common Goo...→

Good Morning Britain viewer breaks down in tears live on air after winning £3000

Good Morning Britain viewer breaks down in tears live on air after winning £3000

A LUCKY Good Morning Britain viewer broke down in tears today when she won £3,000 in the competition. The overwhelmed fan, Alexandra, also sent her love to Kat [...] Read full article: Good Morning Britain viewer breaks down ...→

Concern for future of Banff hospital's unit voiced as campaigners fear virus will be used as excuse to close it for good | Press and Journal

Concern for future of Banff hospital's unit voiced as campaigners fear virus will be used as excuse to close it for good | Press and Journal

It's feared thousands of Banff residents face losing their minor injury unit after health bosses declined to provide a date for its reopening. Read full article: Concern for future of Banff hospital's u...→

King in the north: Keir Starmer 'will find it almost impossible' to become PM without winning Scotland back | Press and Journal

King in the north: Keir Starmer 'will find it almost impossible' to become PM without winning Scotland back | Press and Journal

Keir Starmer will find it "almost impossible to become prime minister" without winning a significant number of seats back from the SNP in Scotland, Ian Murray [...] Read full article: King in the north: Keir Starmer 'will fi...→

Eastern Airways insist they are in good shape to fly higher | Press and Journal

Eastern Airways insist they are in good shape to fly higher | Press and Journal

Eastern Airways has insisted its future is secure despite its auditor warning of a “material uncertainty” facing the business. Read full article: Eastern Airways insist they are in good ...→

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes delighted by players resolve following six-game winning streak | Press and Journal

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes delighted by players resolve following six-game winning streak | Press and Journal

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has hailed his players’ resolve after watching his side bounce back from a coronavirus protocol breach on the opening day of the [...] Read full article: Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes delighted by...→

Scottish festival to reward kids' good deeds with storytelling sessions | Press and Journal

Scottish festival to reward kids' good deeds with storytelling sessions | Press and Journal

Youngsters are being offered the chance to pledge good deeds for their community and receive a visit from a storyteller. Read full article: Scottish festival to reward kids' good d...→

New Highland breed record set when bull sold for 23,000gn | Press and Journal

New Highland breed record set when bull sold for 23,000gn | Press and Journal

A new Highland cattle breed record was set when a five-year-old bull sold for 23,000gn at United Auctions in Stirling. Read full article: New Highland breed record set when bull ...→

Banned pesticides may be used to save beet crop | Press and Journal

Banned pesticides may be used to save beet crop | Press and Journal

Banned pesticides could be used to tackle an outbreak of a virus spread by aphids that is harming sugar beet crops, Environment Secretary George Eustice has sa [...] Read full article: Banned pesticides may be used to save be...→

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What's in the Internal Market Bill? | Press and Journal

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What's in the Internal Market Bill? | Press and Journal

Boris Johnson's blueprint for a post-Brexit Britain caused consternation at home and abroad when it was published this week. Read full article: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What's i...→

'English barley crop won’t affect Scottish malting market' | Press and Journal

'English barley crop won’t affect Scottish malting market' | Press and Journal

Fears at sowing time that England’s exceptional 2020 spring barley acreage would pose a threat to the Scottish malting markets have proved to be groundless. Read full article: 'English barley crop won’t affect Scotti...→

Brexit: No-deal can be 'good outcome for UK', Boris Johnson claims | Press and Journal

Brexit: No-deal can be 'good outcome for UK', Boris Johnson claims | Press and Journal

Boris Johnson is planning to ditch key parts of the Brexit agreement if the European Union does not agree to the UK's trade deal demands by October 15. Read full article: Brexit: No-deal can be 'good outcome for...→

Blue Texel breed record set with 25,000gn ram lamb | Press and Journal

Blue Texel breed record set with 25,000gn ram lamb | Press and Journal

A breed record for a Blue Texel was set when a ram lamb went under the hammer for 25,000gn at the breed’s Northern Supreme sale in Carlisle. Read full article: Blue Texel breed record set with 25,000g...→

Award-winning Aberdeen cafe forced into temporary closure after battle with bad weather | Press and Journal

Award-winning Aberdeen cafe forced into temporary closure after battle with bad weather | Press and Journal

With business already blighted by the pandemic, an award-winning Aberdeen cafe has suffered another blow amidst recent bad weather. Read full article: Award-winning Aberdeen cafe forced into ...→

Foodie Five: The cookbooks award-winning Bridge of Orchy head chef David Hetherington swears by | Press and Journal

Foodie Five: The cookbooks award-winning Bridge of Orchy head chef David Hetherington swears by | Press and Journal

In this new series, Rebecca Shearer speaks to Scottish foodies about their food and drink favourites. To kick it off, Scotland's 'most inspiring chef of the ye [...] Read full article: Foodie Five: The cookbooks award-winning...→

McCrorie too good an opportunity to pass up for Aberdeen | Press and Journal

McCrorie too good an opportunity to pass up for Aberdeen | Press and Journal

The Dons last night completed the signing of midfielder McCrorie on a four-year deal with the player moving to the club on a season loan initially from Rangers [...] Read full article: McCrorie too good an opportunity to pass...→

Best year yet for UK-grown crop of watermelons | Press and Journal

Best year yet for UK-grown crop of watermelons | Press and Journal

A British farm has grown a bumper crop of watermelons in its best ever season, helped by the warmest UK spring on record and the heatwave. Read full article: Best year yet for UK-grown crop of water...→

Mallaig school teachers speed quizzes raise more than £600 to benefit good causes | Press and Journal

Mallaig school teachers speed quizzes raise more than £600 to benefit good causes | Press and Journal

A Mallaig school teacher has raised more than £600 to benefit a trio of good causes by hosting a number of speed quizzes. Read full article: Mallaig school teachers speed quizzes ra...→

Winter crop yields are down sharply | Press and Journal

Winter crop yields are down sharply | Press and Journal

British winter barley and winter oilseed rape yields are down sharply this year, according to AHDB. Read full article: Winter crop yields are down sharply | Pr...→

Gardening: vegetables you can grow together (and the benefits of crop rotation)

Gardening: vegetables you can grow together (and the benefits of crop rotation)

For National Allotments Week (August 10-16), Hannah Stephenson looks at veg you can grow together, and the benefits of crop rotation. Read full article: Gardening: vegetables you can grow toget...→

Last-minute entry takes honours in RNAS crop contest | Press and Journal

Last-minute entry takes honours in RNAS crop contest | Press and Journal

A 25-acre block of Kingston winter barley was cream of the crop in this year’s Royal Northern Agricultural Society growing cereals contest. Read full article: Last-minute entry takes honours in RNAS ...→

Staggies will feel they are facing Dons at a good time, says Irvine | Press and Journal

Staggies will feel they are facing Dons at a good time, says Irvine | Press and Journal

Brian Irvine believes Ross County will relish the opportunity to try and capitalise on a difficult week for Sunday’s Premiership opponents Aberdeen. Read full article: Staggies will feel they are facing Dons ...→

Concern for future of Banff hospital's unit voiced as campaigners fear virus will be used as excuse to close it for good | Press and Journal

Concern for future of Banff hospital's unit voiced as campaigners fear virus will be used as excuse to close it for good | Press and Journal

It's feared thousands of Banff residents face losing their minor injury unit after health bosses declined to provide a date for its reopening. Read full article: Concern for future of Banff hospital's u...→

Council to assess health benefits of Stonehaven street changes after 800 residents call for them to be scrapped in petition | Press and Journal

Council to assess health benefits of Stonehaven street changes after 800 residents call for them to be scrapped in petition | Press and Journal

The health benefits of controversial social distancing measures in an Aberdeenshire town will be assessed before any decision is made on removing them. Read full article: Council to assess health benefits of Sto...→

King in the north: Keir Starmer 'will find it almost impossible' to become PM without winning Scotland back | Press and Journal

King in the north: Keir Starmer 'will find it almost impossible' to become PM without winning Scotland back | Press and Journal

Keir Starmer will find it "almost impossible to become prime minister" without winning a significant number of seats back from the SNP in Scotland, Ian Murray [...] Read full article: King in the north: Keir Starmer 'will fi...→

Stuart Kettlewell thinks Ross County will now be able to embrace tough run after return to winning ways in Perth | Press and Journal

Stuart Kettlewell thinks Ross County will now be able to embrace tough run after return to winning ways in Perth | Press and Journal

Manager Stuart Kettlewell feels Ross County’s return to winning ways has kept their doubters at arm’s length ahead of a tough upcoming run of fixtures. Read full article: Stuart Kettlewell thinks Ross County wil...→

Eastern Airways insist they are in good shape to fly higher | Press and Journal

Eastern Airways insist they are in good shape to fly higher | Press and Journal

Eastern Airways has insisted its future is secure despite its auditor warning of a “material uncertainty” facing the business. Read full article: Eastern Airways insist they are in good ...→

Dons pay the price for poor start as winning run ended by Motherwell | Press and Journal

Dons pay the price for poor start as winning run ended by Motherwell | Press and Journal

Aberdeen suffered their second defeat of the season in spectacular fashion as they were punished by a ruthless Motherwell at Pittodrie. Read full article: Dons pay the price for poor start as win...→

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes delighted by players resolve following six-game winning streak | Press and Journal

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes delighted by players resolve following six-game winning streak | Press and Journal

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has hailed his players’ resolve after watching his side bounce back from a coronavirus protocol breach on the opening day of the [...] Read full article: Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes delighted by...→

As scientists work on a healthy milk chocolate bar, is it too good to be true? | Press and Journal

As scientists work on a healthy milk chocolate bar, is it too good to be true? | Press and Journal

With researchers in the US developing an antioxidant-enriched milk chocolate, Clare Johnston looks at which types are currently best for us - and if we'll ever [...] Read full article: As scientists work on a healthy milk cho...→

Scottish festival to reward kids' good deeds with storytelling sessions | Press and Journal

Scottish festival to reward kids' good deeds with storytelling sessions | Press and Journal

Youngsters are being offered the chance to pledge good deeds for their community and receive a visit from a storyteller. Read full article: Scottish festival to reward kids' good d...→

New Highland breed record set when bull sold for 23,000gn | Press and Journal

New Highland breed record set when bull sold for 23,000gn | Press and Journal

A new Highland cattle breed record was set when a five-year-old bull sold for 23,000gn at United Auctions in Stirling. Read full article: New Highland breed record set when bull ...→

Good to go: Seven experiences to try out as you explore Scotland | Press and Journal

Good to go: Seven experiences to try out as you explore Scotland | Press and Journal

Scotland is gradually reopening as restrictions ease and new measures are put in place to ensure everyone’s safety. Read full article: Good to go: Seven experiences to try out...→

Banned pesticides may be used to save beet crop | Press and Journal

Banned pesticides may be used to save beet crop | Press and Journal

Banned pesticides could be used to tackle an outbreak of a virus spread by aphids that is harming sugar beet crops, Environment Secretary George Eustice has sa [...] Read full article: Banned pesticides may be used to save be...→

Gimmer sold at 50,000gn sets new Texel breed record | Press and Journal

Gimmer sold at 50,000gn sets new Texel breed record | Press and Journal

Another Texel breed record was set when a gimmer sold for 50,000gn just weeks after a Texel ram lamb set a new world record for the most expensive sheep ever s [...] Read full article: Gimmer sold at 50,000gn sets new Texel b...→

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What's in the Internal Market Bill? | Press and Journal

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What's in the Internal Market Bill? | Press and Journal

Boris Johnson's blueprint for a post-Brexit Britain caused consternation at home and abroad when it was published this week. Read full article: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What's i...→

'English barley crop won’t affect Scottish malting market' | Press and Journal

'English barley crop won’t affect Scottish malting market' | Press and Journal

Fears at sowing time that England’s exceptional 2020 spring barley acreage would pose a threat to the Scottish malting markets have proved to be groundless. Read full article: 'English barley crop won’t affect Scotti...→

Brexit: No-deal can be 'good outcome for UK', Boris Johnson claims | Press and Journal

Brexit: No-deal can be 'good outcome for UK', Boris Johnson claims | Press and Journal

Boris Johnson is planning to ditch key parts of the Brexit agreement if the European Union does not agree to the UK's trade deal demands by October 15. Read full article: Brexit: No-deal can be 'good outcome for...→

Three-crop rule ditched by Scottish Government | Press and Journal

Three-crop rule ditched by Scottish Government | Press and Journal

The Scottish Government has ditched the despised three-crop rule in next year’s reformed greening scheme. Read full article: Three-crop rule ditched by Scottish Gove...→

Council leader puts welfare support at top of list for using Inverness Common Good fund underspend | Press and Journal

Council leader puts welfare support at top of list for using Inverness Common Good fund underspend | Press and Journal

A six-figure underspend by Inverness Common Good Fund (ICGF) this year should be used to help the most vulnerable, according to Highland Council leader Margare [...] Read full article: Council leader puts welfare support at t...→

Blue Texel breed record set with 25,000gn ram lamb | Press and Journal

Blue Texel breed record set with 25,000gn ram lamb | Press and Journal

A breed record for a Blue Texel was set when a ram lamb went under the hammer for 25,000gn at the breed’s Northern Supreme sale in Carlisle. Read full article: Blue Texel breed record set with 25,000g...→

Ed Davey will get the Liberal Democrats 'winning again' in Scotland | Press and Journal

Ed Davey will get the Liberal Democrats 'winning again' in Scotland | Press and Journal

Incoming Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey will be a "great asset" to the party north of the border, Willie Rennie has said. Read full article: Ed Davey will get the Liberal Democrats ...→

Award-winning Aberdeen cafe forced into temporary closure after battle with bad weather | Press and Journal

Award-winning Aberdeen cafe forced into temporary closure after battle with bad weather | Press and Journal

With business already blighted by the pandemic, an award-winning Aberdeen cafe has suffered another blow amidst recent bad weather. Read full article: Award-winning Aberdeen cafe forced into ...→

Council in 'good position' to push for improvements at troubled north-east junction | Press and Journal

Council in 'good position' to push for improvements at troubled north-east junction | Press and Journal

A senior north-east roads official has said proposals to extend a dual carriageway past an accident black-spot are in a "good position". Read full article: Council in 'good position' to push for i...→

Foodie Five: The cookbooks award-winning Bridge of Orchy head chef David Hetherington swears by | Press and Journal

Foodie Five: The cookbooks award-winning Bridge of Orchy head chef David Hetherington swears by | Press and Journal

In this new series, Rebecca Shearer speaks to Scottish foodies about their food and drink favourites. To kick it off, Scotland's 'most inspiring chef of the ye [...] Read full article: Foodie Five: The cookbooks award-winning...→

Inverness boardwalk saved from closure as conservationists 'make good with repairs' | Press and Journal

Inverness boardwalk saved from closure as conservationists 'make good with repairs' | Press and Journal

A boardwalk at an Inverness beauty spot has been saved from closure as conservationists pledge to “make good with repairs". Read full article: Inverness boardwalk saved from closure a...→

McCrorie too good an opportunity to pass up for Aberdeen | Press and Journal

McCrorie too good an opportunity to pass up for Aberdeen | Press and Journal

The Dons last night completed the signing of midfielder McCrorie on a four-year deal with the player moving to the club on a season loan initially from Rangers [...] Read full article: McCrorie too good an opportunity to pass...→

Derek McInnes: New signing Ross McCrorie was too good an opportunity for Aberdeen to turn down | Press and Journal

Derek McInnes: New signing Ross McCrorie was too good an opportunity for Aberdeen to turn down | Press and Journal

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes still craves a striker but the Dons boss insists the chance to sign Ross McCrorie was an opportunity the club could not turn dow [...] Read full article: Derek McInnes: New signing Ross McCrorie...→

Best year yet for UK-grown crop of watermelons | Press and Journal

Best year yet for UK-grown crop of watermelons | Press and Journal

A British farm has grown a bumper crop of watermelons in its best ever season, helped by the warmest UK spring on record and the heatwave. Read full article: Best year yet for UK-grown crop of water...→

The Source: Jackie brings out her inner Paddington with award-winning marmalade | Press and Journal

The Source: Jackie brings out her inner Paddington with award-winning marmalade | Press and Journal

With nothing more than a love for producing jams and marmalades, Jackie MacIntyre started her own business, Bourtree Jams and Preserves, more or less by accide [...] Read full article: The Source: Jackie brings out her inner ...→

Mallaig school teachers speed quizzes raise more than £600 to benefit good causes | Press and Journal

Mallaig school teachers speed quizzes raise more than £600 to benefit good causes | Press and Journal

A Mallaig school teacher has raised more than £600 to benefit a trio of good causes by hosting a number of speed quizzes. Read full article: Mallaig school teachers speed quizzes ra...→

Elgin City boss Gavin Price hopes squad consistency can breed success in League Two | Press and Journal

Elgin City boss Gavin Price hopes squad consistency can breed success in League Two | Press and Journal

Elgin City manager Gavin Price hopes familiarity can breed success at Borough Briggs when the League Two season gets under way. Read full article: Elgin City boss Gavin Price hopes squad ...→

Winter crop yields are down sharply | Press and Journal

Winter crop yields are down sharply | Press and Journal

British winter barley and winter oilseed rape yields are down sharply this year, according to AHDB. Read full article: Winter crop yields are down sharply | Pr...→

Eleanor Bradford: I can’t stress it more - Learn good grammar | Press and Journal

Eleanor Bradford: I can’t stress it more - Learn good grammar | Press and Journal

Let’s talk about job applications shall we since, unfortunately, this is something many people will be writing over the coming months. Read full article: Eleanor Bradford: I can’t stress it more...→

Gardening: vegetables you can grow together (and the benefits of crop rotation)

Gardening: vegetables you can grow together (and the benefits of crop rotation)

For National Allotments Week (August 10-16), Hannah Stephenson looks at veg you can grow together, and the benefits of crop rotation. Read full article: Gardening: vegetables you can grow toget...→

Councillors to consider using Common Good funds to help Highland capital recover from Covid impact | Press and Journal

Councillors to consider using Common Good funds to help Highland capital recover from Covid impact | Press and Journal

Inverness councillors are considering a suggestion by one of their number that money from the Inverness Common Good Fund (ICGF) should be cashed in to help the [...] Read full article: Councillors to consider using Common Goo...→

Last-minute entry takes honours in RNAS crop contest | Press and Journal

Last-minute entry takes honours in RNAS crop contest | Press and Journal

A 25-acre block of Kingston winter barley was cream of the crop in this year’s Royal Northern Agricultural Society growing cereals contest. Read full article: Last-minute entry takes honours in RNAS ...→

Good Morning Britain viewer breaks down in tears live on air after winning £3000

Good Morning Britain viewer breaks down in tears live on air after winning £3000

A LUCKY Good Morning Britain viewer broke down in tears today when she won £3,000 in the competition. The overwhelmed fan, Alexandra, also sent her love to Kat [...] Read full article: Good Morning Britain viewer breaks down ...→