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University hosts cyber security event

Abertay University students recently demonstrated the threat of hacking during a cyber security event aimed at Scottish business leaders.

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Arbroath Abbey

Tourism employment increases in Angus

New figures have revealed that the number of people working in tourism in Angus has increased by 10 percent in one year.

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NMA: Section 40 Would Cost Press Industry £100 Million a Year

NMA: Section 40 Would Cost Press Industry £100 Million a Year

The introduction of a law designed to force local and national newspapers into a system of statutory press regulation could cost the industry £100 million a year just for telling the truth, the News Media Association has said today.

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Angus South MSP urges motorists to take care

Angus South MSP urges motorists to take care

Angus South MSP, Graeme Dey, is advising motorist in the area to keep weather conditions in mind, as snow warnings come in to force.

Transport
Employers’ bizarre excuses for underpaying staff

Employers’ bizarre excuses for underpaying staff

Ten of the most bizarre excuses used by unscrupulous bosses found to have underpaid workers the National Minimum Wage have today been revealed by the Government.

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Business Gateway’s free events for entrepreneurs in Angus

Business Gateway’s free events for entrepreneurs in Angus

With the new year comes the opportunity for a fresh start and with Business Gateway’s support you can achieve more in 2017, whether it’s turning an idea into a venture or growing an existing one.

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Aldi will increase its its minimum wage to �8.53 an hour from next month.

UK’s ‘highest-paying supermarket’ to create 4000 jobs

Aldi is to recruit 4000 new permanent workers in stores and warehouses across the country, as part of the supermarket giant’s plan to open around 70 new shops this year.

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Bel Forbes of Bel Butchers Edzell
 Picture by Graeme Hart.
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Bel’s Butcher praised for pies at awards

An Edzell and Montrose butcher has had its steak and sausage pies judged among the best in Scotland.

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Pharmacy carrier bag containing prescription drugs from Chemists shop.

Pharmacy festive opening hours

A number of pharmacies across Angus will be open for a limited time over the festive period - including Christmas Day.

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Jim Clarkson, VisitScotland regional director

Looking back on a memorable year

As the year draws to a close, VisitScotland regional director Jim Clarkson has been reflecting on a memorable twelve months for tourism in Angus and Dundee.

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Post Office advice to customers over strike action

Post Office advice to customers over strike action

The Post Office is reminding customers that the CWU has called strike action in 300 of its 11,600 branches on Saturday, December 24, which may result in the closure of some of these branches.

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MSP calls on public to give views in transport survey

MSP calls on public to give views in transport survey

Angus North and Mearns MSP Mairi Evans is encouraging individuals, organisations and communities in her constituency to give their views in the new Transport Scotland survey that will help shape the long-term vision for the Scottish Government’s transport policies.

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Arbikie Vodka is one of three companies to make it to the awards finals.

Rural companies join the best of the best for awards

Three Angus businesses have make it to the finals of prestigious awards which recognise the best Scotland’s countryside has to offer.

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Gaynor Jones,Aquatera director, advises on potential renewable energy developments on Gosong Island, North Sumatra.

Survey reveals Scottish companies’ global reach

Scottish renewable energy businesses are working on projects worth more than £100 million in more than 40 countries around the world, new research has found.

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Mairi Evans offers support for Small Business Saturday.

MSP to visit Angus businesses as part of Small Business Saturday

SNP MSP for Angus North and Mearns, Mairi Evans, has offered her support for this weekend’s Small Business Saturday – which encourages people to shop locally and support their local businesses.

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Mairi Evans offers support for Small Business Saturday.

MSP supports Small Business Saturday

SNP MSP for Angus North & Mearns, Mairi Evans, has offered her support for this weekend’s Small Business Saturday – which encourages people to shop locally and support their local businesses.

News
Improvements for A90 at Tealing

Improvements for A90 at Tealing

A northbound stretch of the A90 is to benefit from £336,000 resurfacing improvements.

Transport
The Stirling family.

Supermarket signs up Stirfresh

Lidl has announced a new six-figure deal to further develop its range of Scottish fruit and vegetable products, with Stirfresh being revealed as the new supplier of five brand new products for the supermarket’s Oaklands Ready-to–Cook range.

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For onshore wind, Scotland accounts for 46.2 per cent of all UK employment and 57.2 per cent of all UK turnover.

Low carbon industries worth almost £11bn

Low carbon industries in Scotland generated £10.7 billion in turnover and supported 43,500 jobs in 2014, according to news figures.

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Is Freelancing just a disguised Zero Hours Contract?

Is Freelancing just a disguised Zero Hours Contract?

Small businesses are under increasing pressure to find ways to balance the need to hire staff and the need to stay profitable.

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