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Water, water everywhere
Every day we turn on the tap and flush the toilet, but do we wonder where the water comes from, or indeed goes to? Following a lengthy series of enquiries to Scottish Water seeking to establish where Kirrie's water comes from, I am still at a bit of a loss.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Outward bound for international camp
Earlier this week a group of Scouts from Arbroath were among those setting off for Blair Atholl and Scotland's premier international camp.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Properties telling a moving tale
According to figures released by a top Arbroath property firm, activity in the Angus housing market has increased by over a third in the last year.
Mary Duff in concert at Whitehall
Mary Duff makes a welcome return to the Whitehall Theatre, Dundee on Saturday, September 6 with her own show of country, Irish and popular music.
Kirriemuir has part to play to boost swift number nationally
Kirriemuir could play a key role in the conservation of one of the UK's favourite summer birds, according to a local group.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
"Exceptional" benefit of befriending
Just over a year ago two people were introduced to each other as part of Voluntary Action Angus' 'Care About Kirrie' project and it was the start of a very special relationship.
Golfers' 'hole' lot of cash a for Relay
From left: Joan Cargill, Brian Clarke, Iain Forgrieve, Ian Angus. The generosity of Arbroath's golfers has been praised by the chair of the Arbroath Relay For Life for raising more than 3,000 recently.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Interim Lead Officer appointed for health partnership
Gail Smith, who is originally from Forfar and now lives in Montrose, was appointed to the role which replaced the General Manager post.
Fingers crossed for Colourful Carnoustie
Royal British Legion Carnoustie Branch unveiled the new benches at the War Memorial in Carnoustie on Monday.
Centenary gala in Montrose goes ahead despite the rain
The gala was declared officially open by Jonathan Stansfeld, who was presented with a plaque to commemorate the opening of the gala by Margaret Watson, wife of David Watson, president of the Montrose branch of the RBLS.
IRW-Press: Panoro Announces The Appointment Of Director
Panoro Minerals Ltd. is pleased to announce that Mr. Anthony Laub Benavides, of Lima Peru, has been appointed a Director of the Company.
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Battle over Park of Keir plans
A planning application for about 100 luxury homes and sports facilities at Park of Keir has been lodged with Stirling Council.
Brechin Castle Garden Centre 'Top of the Pots'
Pictured are Designer Jonathan Hindle and TV Gardener Diarmuid Gavin present the award to Brechin Castle Centre Manager Aileen Bennett and Managing Director Yvonne Ritchie with Martin Simmons, Operations Manager at HTA and Trevor Pfeiffer of the Greatest Awards.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Lodge marks 300th year
Pictured with the hairy book are, from left, Bro. Mike Guthrie , IPM John Jamieson, Bro.
VIDEO: People brought togetheR by Bamse's anniversary in Montrose
Hundreds of people from all over the world and more than 20 St Bernards and their owners turned out to remember Norwegian wartime canine hero Bamse who died in Montrose.
Experiment to gauge towns' social connections
Voluntary Action Angus is gearing up to replicate a now famous social experiment to answer the question of "How connected are we?" The experiments will take place in Kirriemuir and Brechin during August and will follow the concept of six degrees of separation, which originated from Stanley Milgram's 'small world experiment' in 1967 that tracked ... (more)
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Figures reveal rape report locations
More rapes have been reported in West Fife than any other area in Scotland between April 2013 and May this year, according to data obtained by BBC Scotland.
The Cortachy Highland Games Committee is busy putting the finishing touches to the programme for this year's historic highland games and flower show which take place this year on Sunday, August 17. It is hailed as a very traditional highland games event that retains its charm and each year gives a warm and friendly welcome to visitors from around ... (more)
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Scots wife flies 10,500 miles to Dundee from Australia to visit...
Scots wife flies 10,500 miles to Dundee from Australia to visit critically ill dad only to hear her partner has died in fall from New Zealand mountain TRAGIC Gary Francis died in the mountains of New Zealand while his Scottish wife was on the other side of the world visiting a her ill father in Scotland.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Oh look, a squirrel! Prince Charles supports Scottish reds in battle with greys
The Prince of Wales is to hear about efforts to save the red squirrel during a visit to a Scottish estate.