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They say never mix business with family, but sometimes doing just that turns out to be a winning combination.
The future of livestock showing looked secure on Kirkmichael’s Bannerfield at the weekend as junior enthusiasts took on their seniors and swept the boards at Strathardle Show.
Sources close to the train building company behind plans to bring more than 1,000 jobs to Fife say the project could still happen if the controversial HS2 scheme is scrapped.
Upgrading Scotland’s mobile network could increase the country’s GDP by £17 billion, a new report published today claims.
Children across the UK are preparing to be millionaires as they expect to be paid almost £1.4 million a year when they are adults, according to a new survey.
A Yorkshire fish and chip shop which is opening a restaurant in China said it could have more in the pipeline, amid surging interest from Asian diners.
The demolition of a swathe of properties in Dundee has seen affordable housing giant Hillcrest swing to a pre-tax loss of more than £5 million.
The days of private forestry companies having to knock on farmhouse doors and plead for land to plant are over, according to national woodland managers, Fountains Forestry.
President Donald Trump says products coming from China that were to be hit with a 10% tariff on September 1 will now face a 15% levy.
Billionaire industrialist David H. Koch, who with his older brother Charles was both celebrated and demonised for transforming American politics by pouring their riches into conservative causes, has died aged 79.