Sir, I read with interest the article by Graeme Bletcher on the speed/safety camera being out of action at the A90/A937 junction, and note his closing comment about the proposed developments at Laurencekirk.
Police are hunting thieves after an off-licence was robbed twice in less than 24 hours.
POLICE ADMIT they have been left “frustrated” following a recent clampdown on speeding in a Fife village.
DUNDEE’S “PASSIONATE” ambassadors were given a greater understanding of the city’s vision for the future at a special welcoming reception on Friday night.
TWO LARGE wind turbines could be installed on a hillside near Kingskettle.
A TAYSIDE property expert has predicted that prices in the area have bottomed out and is optimistic they could rise this year.
RESIDENTS IN the Angus Glens have been plugged back into the grid following repairs to a damaged telephone cable.
MORE THAN 350 people turned out to view the revised plans for the V&A at Dundee.
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