North-type Blackface rams peaked at £10,000 and South-types made up to £18,000 at the Perth Ram Society sale, held at Stirling Mart.
Scotland’s role in the advancement of the vertical farming movement took another step forward yesterday with the launch of a new research and development facility at the James Hutton Institute campus at Invergowrie.
A second Scottish independence referendum must not feature the “voter suppression initiatives” being put forward by Boris Johnson’s Government, SNP depute leader Keith Brown said.
The UK will continue selling arms to Turkey but will not grant new export licences for weapons that might be used in military operations against Kurds in Syria, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has said.
Two adults and three children were taken to hospital after a crash on a busy Mearns road on Tuesday.
Booker Prize-winner Margaret Atwood has said literary awards will be irrelevant unless action is taken over the environment.
The Queen has attended a service at Westminster Abbey with the Duchess of Cornwall to mark the 750th anniversary of the re-building of the church.
Broadcaster Kirsty Young has joined the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s charitable foundation as a director.
The former boss of Thomas Cook has been urged to repay bonuses following the company’s collapse.
Jurors in the Paul Gascoigne sexual assault trial have been handed a file of photos of him kissing and being kissed by famous footballers, fans and even by Diana, Princess of Wales.