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More than 40 members of Forfar Probus Club attended the last meeting to hear a fascinating talk about an engineering pioneer.
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And incredibly Robert Moffat's stolen cash was later nicked again by a rogue police officer who spent it on drugs and hookers Cash stolen from a high security police office was nicked for a second time...then splashed on drugs and hookers.
Sunday Mirror columnist Carol Malone says: "our finest hours down the centuries have been together but maybe the marriage really is over" In the end it will all come down to two little words.
Scotland's unique built heritage is facing "catastrophic" and irreversible damage from the effects of climate change "within three to five years" if no action is taken, a groundbreaking conference in Edinburgh will be told later this month.
It was a real family fun day for all at the Glenbrae Vet Clinic dog show at Mugdock Country Park earlier last month.
The campaign against 'Legal Highs' has reached a "legally ground-breaking" point in the wake of simultaneous raids on three 'head shops'.
IT'S one of the most inspiring true stories to come out of Scotland in years - a group of teenagers from a notorious Glasgow housing scheme banding together to fight the deportation of an asylum seeker.
The woman made the call that there was a ship - a local landmark - in trouble in the waters off Aberdeenshire The Fraserburgh RNLI team was called to Carinbulg, Aberdeenshire, after the woman made the call about a fishing trawler that sank in 2005.
The Angus Farmers' Market will be in the Strathmore Hall, John Street, Forfar this Saturday with lots of summer treats for all the family.
Scottish Parliament shadow veterans minister Mark Griffin MSP marked Armed Forces Day by staging a special advice surgery at Cumbernauld Royal British Legion.
A Wallyford woman who was found drunk and slumped unconscious when she should have been looking after a toddler has been ordered to carry out unpaid work in the community.
East Lothian Greens are raising questions about plans by the operators of Torness at Dunbar to change the way radioactive waste is handled.
The assault took place at the roundabout junction of School Road and King Street in the city at about 20:40 on Saturday.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 12:17 pm
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