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Errington Cheese to launch online shop amid coronavirus crisis

13 hours ago   |   Scotsman

As with many businesses, the current lockdown arrangements and the closure of many restaurants has hit Errington Cheese hard. The the family-run business counts capital...
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How dairy firms are adapting to the ever-changing demands of the coronavirus crisis

How dairy firms are adapting to the ever-changing demands of the coronavirus crisis

14 hours ago   |   Press and Journal

Faced with the challenge of getting food on tables, dairy firms across the country have been battling to meet shopper's demands since the coronavirus outbreak hit the UK. While...
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Food processors adjust to new markets and methods

18 hours ago   |   The Courier

Scotland's food processing industry is working flat out to adjust to market changes, staff absences and new methods of working.
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Aberdeen: teetering between its high-carbon past and a green future

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

A city more reliant than most on oil and gas reserves hopes to profit from a shift to net zero Aberdeen is one of the few cities in the world where your taxi driver is almost...
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Jim McColl in Rangers tease as 'Scotland's richest man' teases takeover

Jim McColl in Rangers tease as 'Scotland's richest man' teases takeover

1 day ago   |   Daily Record

The business entrepreneur has lifted the lid on talks with Liverpool boardroom members over the success of using data to drive results on the park.
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The UK's coronavirus death toll has passed 1,000, with 260 people dying in the last 24 hours

The UK's coronavirus death toll has passed 1,000, with 260 people dying in the last 24 hours

2 days ago   |   Business Insider   |   9 articles

The death toll from the coronavirus in the UK has passed 1,000 people, health authorities said Saturday. 260 people died from the virus between 5 p.m. on Thursday and 5 p.m. on...
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Former Aberdeen striker McDougall fears clubs will go out of business

2 days ago   |   Press and Journal

Former Don Frank McDougall fears Scottish football could be left damaged beyond repair by the fallout from the coronavirus. Sport across the country has been placed on hold due...
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Virus will hit workers in rural areas harder, say business leaders

2 days ago   |   Press and Journal

Business groups have voiced concerns over the disproportionate impact the coronavirus will have on rural communities because more of their workers are self-employed. There are...
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Letter to be given out to key farming staff

2 days ago   |   Press and Journal

NFU Scotland has produced a template letter which can be shown to police who stop agricultural workers who are undertaking necessary journeys. The letter is designed to be...
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We need a JustRecovery from Coronavirus

3 days ago   |   Friends of the Earth Scotland

Choices we make today will shape our society, economy, health, and climate for decades to come. Friends of the Earth Scotland joined scores of organisations in calling for a...
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National Guard soldier dies after testing positive for coronavirus and being...

National Guard soldier dies after testing positive for coronavirus and being hospitalized

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Leaked memos reveals why office supplies stores like Staples and Office...

Leaked memos reveals why office supplies stores like Staples and Office Depot say they are 'essential' businesses and staying open amid coronavirus shutdowns

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Hungary's prime minister has been handed the power to rule by decree...

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Brexit ‘will go ahead on December 31' despite calls for two-year delay

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Man United star Paul Pogba's transfer value drops dramatically amid...

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Governors warn that state healthcare supplies and hospitals could be...

Governors warn that state healthcare supplies and hospitals could be overwhelmed as soon as early April

Two governors spoke out about surges of new cases that will quickly overwhelm healthcare systems within the next few weeks. Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards said the state was... Read more ...

US will have 'millions of cases' and over 100,000 coronavirus-related...

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Hull Trains suspends all services to ‘protect business' amid coronavirus...

Hull Trains suspends all services to ‘protect business' amid coronavirus pandemic

Hull Trains will temporarily suspend its services from Monday, March 30, the operator has announced. This is to safeguard the future of the business due to ‘unprecedented... Read more ...

Zinedine Zidane informs Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Real Madrid's summer...

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