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Successful meet the team event at Brechin Health Centre

Health
Bels Butcher in Edzell and Montrose receive their awards, pictured from left, Tom Lawn of Scobies Direct, Joe Murray, Flossie Forbes, John Milne, Bel Forbes, Judith Johnston from Lucas and Archie Hall from Dalziel.

Glittering accolades for Angus butcher

Business

UK consumers most likely to shop online on Mondays

News

‘Keep the fracking ban’ says UNISON

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Breakthrough in college strike dispute

Education

Teenagers charged over wilful fire-raising

Crime

Call for Westminster candidates to end age discrimination

News

Local letting business complies with new regulations

Business

ScotRail Alliance announce extra trains for Edinburgh Marathon

News
UNISON local government members across Scotland are being balloted for industrial action, including strike action.

UNISON urge council staff to vote in landmark industrial ballot

News

No longer a troubled bridge over water in Brechin

Transport
As of May 27 the Service 30 from 9 am to 4.30 pm (commercial services) will no longer operate by MW Nicoll.

MW Nicoll to withdraw commercial service on service 30 route

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Deputy Head Girl at Forfar Academy Kirsty Richardson, Managing Director for Stagecoach in Scotland Robert Andrew, prize winner Alix Small, Transport Minister Humza Yousaf, Head Boy, Uthman Ahmed with one of the new electric hybrid vehicles at Forfar Community Campus.

Hybrid buses launch on routes 20 and 21

Transport
Irresponsible parkers will be facing fines

Parking enforcement wardens return to Angus

Transport

Teenagers charged over wilful fire-raising

Crime
Court generic

Teen causes five-figure sum of damage

Crime
Dr Natalie Coull, lecturer in Ethical Hacking at Abertay University. Pic: Alan Richardson.

Cyber attack on the NHS explained by expert

Crime
Dundee Sheriff Court

Angus man found with child porn avoids jail

Crime

Breakthrough in college strike dispute

Education

Letham school up for national numeracy award

Education
Inchmill Gardens.

Public openings for Angus gardens

News
The Tale o Tam o Shanter will be performed by local pupils.

Pupils set to perform ‘iconic’ Burns opera

Education

Pupils log masses of miles in 2017 Big Pedal

Education

Glittering accolades for Angus butcher

Business

Local letting business complies with new regulations

Business
The damage done by two incidents has been repaired

No longer a troubled bridge over water in Brechin

Transport
As of May 27 the Service 30 from 9 am to 4.30 pm (commercial services) will no longer operate by MW Nicoll.

MW Nicoll to withdraw commercial service on service 30 route

Transport 1

ELECTION 2017 ROUND-UP: Polls predict ‘bluewash’ as Emily Thornberry turns airwaves blue

Politics 4

Days to go until registration deadline to vote in General Election

Politics
Angus Deputy Provost Colin Brown and Provost Ronnie Proctor.

Councillor Ronnie Proctor voted as new Angus provost

Politics 1

Parliamentary candidate urged to clarify stance on fishing industry

Politics 4
General Election

General election candidate line-up revealed

Politics

Sculpture raises £3700 for Greyhope Bay Project

Environment
Inchmill Gardens.

Public openings for Angus gardens

News

MSP calls on Angus businesses to apply for environment awards

Business
Rory Stodart at the Angus Monitor Farm. Photo: Alan Richardson.

Angus Monitor Farm meeting to look at undersowing

Environment

Successful meet the team event at Brechin Health Centre

Health
Dr Natalie Coull, lecturer in Ethical Hacking at Abertay University. Pic: Alan Richardson.

Cyber attack on the NHS explained by expert

Crime
A patient appointment letter from an NHS hospital, next to a virus and spyware warning message on a laptop screen at a home in London, following a major cyber attack on NHS computer systems. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday May 13, 2017. Photo credit should read: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Tayside GP practices affected by NHS cyber-attack running as normal

Health

Arthritis forum to hear benefits of physical activity

Health

Action M.E leads the charge for better care in Scotland

Health