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4 hrs ago | The Daily Record
A protest attended by around 100 disgruntled passengers spanning a range of ages demanded that Perth-based Stagecoach re-think re-routing of the number 7 service.
13 hrs ago | Forfar Today
Greig Baxter , son of Duncan and Diann Baxter, Prior Road, Forfar, graduated with a BA in Musical Theatre from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow where he won the top award for Musical Theatre.
An Brechin Councillor has said he feels that democracy is "dead" in Angus following the failure of a motion at an Angus Council meeting.
The increase is based on the Retail Price Inflation figure for July, at which level the Scottish government had said it would cap increases.
However, it had concerns about the standard of cleanliness of mattresses in the accident and emergency department and ordered action there.
MG Alba was set up to ensure that high-quality Gaelic television programmes are made available to viewers in Scotland.
A man has been assaulted and robbed of a four-figure sum of cash outside a bank in central Glasgow.
THERE was a terrible failure by the set designers as the First Minister and his Cabinet descended on Arbroath to mark a month to go until polling day in the independence referendum.
The Forfar branch of Royal British Legion Scotland is appealing to members to come forward with their stories about who they will be remembering this Remembrance Day.
A ward at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee and a unit at Stracathro Hospital in Brechin have been closed to new admissions following a suspected outbreak of the winter vomiting bug.
Selkirk Sheriff Court was told that 164 indecent images and 28 movies were found on his computer - the majority of them in the least serious category.
Married at the Red House Hotel, Coupar Angus were Susan Lindsay and Dave McQueen, both 40 Nursery Park, Brechin.
Harry Thomson, 72, from Back on the Isle of Lewis, died after the collision on the A857 Stornoway to Ness road at Laxdale Primary School.
THE Edinburgh Festival Fringe's reputation has not been permanently damaged by the controversy over the cancellation of an Israeli play, Scotland's Culture Secretary has insisted.
The First Minister will take his Scottish Government cabinet to Arbroath where he will use the symbolic venue to issue a "Declaration of Opportunity," casting independence as a once-in- a-lifetime chance to "build a more prosperous and fairer Scotland".
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 04:54 pm
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