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HMS Montrose had a warm welcome as she visited her Angus namesake for the first time in six years.The Plymouth based Type 23 frigate set sail from the town's harbour on Monday morning after arriving last Tuesday for only the fourth time in 20 years.Montrose's commanding officer, Commander James Parkin RN, said: "This was a very important visit for ... (more)
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The centre of Kirriemuir is looking brighter thanks to the collective talents and efforts of a dedicated group of local people.
A Forfar mother has said her children's safety is at risk after finding hypodermic syringes and needles discarded near her flat.
BIG Money could be chasing big western money if he wins today's $150,000 Crowe Howarth Ramornie Handicap .
Journeycall have just signed a lease to consolidate their Brechin and Laurencekirk operations at a site on James Chalmers Road on the Kirkton Industrial Estate.
The Fraser of Allander Institute yesterday revealed that train operator Scotrail directly enables more than 1,600 jobs and some A 53.9m worth of GDP across the Big County.
The Council applied for capital grant funding to progress the scheme, and it has been confirmed that the Scottish Government will contribute A 11,685,876 towards the total estimated project cost of A 14,745,877.
Mid Scotland and Fife MSP Liz Smith is hoping to secure a share of a A 100m government cash pot so Perth and Kinross Council can replace Tulloch Primary School in Perth and Kinross Primary School.
A new Perthshire social enterprise helping young people pick up employment skills is already showing signs of suucess, with the first products made on site finding enthusiastic buyers.
An Arbroath shop was today the target of a Police Scotland raid as part of a regional operation against so-called 'Legal Highs'.
John Duncan Fergusson, Summer, 1914, 1934, Oil on canvas, The Fergusson Gallery, Perth & Kinross Council; presented by the J. D. Fergusson Art Foundation, 1991.
Scottish master butcher Neil Watt inspects a haggis in his shop in Montrose, Scotland.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 01:29 pm
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