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Scottish Seabird Centre launches photo competition
The Scottish Seabird Centre has launched its tenth photography competition, with two new categories for this anniversary year.
Child rights report recommends further action
An alliance of children's charities has submitted a report to the United Nations with recommendations for further action to promote child rights.
Marine recreation and tourism survey launched
Marine Scotland have launched their first ever survey on recreation and tourism around the Scottish coasts and seas.
Lochhead poses big questions on future of farming
Rural Affairs Secretary Richard Lochhead kicked off a national discussion on the future of farming at the Turriff Show.
Clyde Valley fruit growing to inspire new songs
A new project will capture oral histories of the Clyde Valley’s horticultural and fruit growing past and turn them into new stories and songs.
Royal Deeside Drive to raise funds for RSABI
A re-enactment of the golden age of coaching in Royal Deeside this August will raise vital funds for rural charity RSABI.
Experts sought for EIP-AGRI Focus Group
Twenty experts are being sought for a new European Focus Group on benchmarking of farm productivity and sustainability performance.
Crofters encouraged to plan for the future
The Crofting Commission is encouraging crofters to put plans in place for when they are no longer able to work their croft and comply with duties.
Farming discussions to kick off at Turriff Show
Rural Affairs Secretary Richard Lochhead will kick off a national discussion on the future of Scottish agriculture at the Turriff Show next week.
Food focus for National Parks Week celebrations
National Parks Week takes place from 27 July to 2 August celebrating the UK's 15 National Parks.