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The world’s fifth oldest golf course is being renamed to recognise its 450 years of sporting heritage on the coast of Angus.
A team of volunteers is “digging for victory” with a community garden which is bringing benefits to the people of Angus.
The key players in the design and production of the tapestry which will celebrate the 700th anniversary of the Declaration of Arbroath gathered at the Abbey to discuss the progress of the project.
Work to remove invasive species threatening a fragile Angus coastline is under way.
The so-called Beast from the East has blasted a near £1 million hole in Angus Council’s fragile budget after battering the area in the worst winter for a decade and a half.
A £2 million plan to transform a former Monifieth school building into a community hub has gone up in smoke.
Up to 90 new jobs will be created in Montrose with the completion of the retail park on the former whisky distillery site on the towns Brechin Road.
Calls have been made for the urgent replacement of fire alarms in an Angus retirement housing complex.
The final preparations are being made ahead of this weekend’s Montrose Music Festival.
Arbroath based business woman Gill Howie has landed a prestigious award at the 71st annual reunion of the elite 43 (F) Squadron in London, attended by squadron veterans and those with an affiliation to the unit.