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5 hrs ago | Brechin Today
Gail Smith, who is originally from Forfar and now lives in Montrose, was appointed to the role which replaced the General Manager post.
6 hrs ago | Carnoustie Today
Royal British Legion Carnoustie Branch unveiled the new benches at the War Memorial in Carnoustie on Monday.
14 hrs ago | Montrose Today
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.
18 hrs ago | WireNews+Co
Panoro Minerals Ltd. is pleased to announce that Mr. Anthony Laub Benavides, of Lima Peru, has been appointed a Director of the Company.
22 hrs ago | The Daily Record
A planning application for about 100 luxury homes and sports facilities at Park of Keir has been lodged with Stirling Council.
Pictured with the hairy book are, from left, Bro. Mike Guthrie , IPM John Jamieson, Bro.
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.
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)
Ashleigh Gibson, of Dundee, was last seen on Saturday evening at Arbroath bus station.
Sarah Rychtarova has popped another feather in her already overflowing cap, graduating from Duncan of Jordanstone, College of Art and Design, in Dundee on June 19. Along with radio production, art, design and graphics, massage therapy, children's show fitting and a stint at the Mountain Animal Sanctuary in Glenogil, Sarah's talents are varied.
Shortly before dawn on 18 July, the Highland infantry in the south of the Orne bridgehead, quietly retired 0.5-mile from the front line.
Arbroath man Grant Speed completed a gruelling, five-day 370 mile cycle to raise funds for changing facilities for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities in his hometown.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 11:49 pm
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