A Montrose-born sailor died on HMS Bounty under the command of Lieutenant William Bligh, before many of the crew mutinied in 1789.
Angus-affiliated HMS Montrose spent the end of Christmas at Easter in a historic Pacific stop-off during a three-month deployment of firsts for the warship and its crew.
Angus affiliated warship HMS Montrose has threaded herself through the eye of the Panama Canal needle en route to the Pacific Ocean for the next phase of an international deployment.
The Courier photo archives contain a goldmine of images recording events both great and small in Tayside, Fife and beyond. In our regular ’10 from 10′ series we’ll bring you 10 photos that were in the news exactly 10 years ago.
Montrose will have to wait at least three years to welcome ship back after being given Middle East mission
A Royal Navy frigate with close ties to Montrose will not see the shores of the UK again for more than three years.
A forgotten warship built in Montrose which has been described as “irreplaceable” is in danger of being scrapped.
The commanding officer of Royal Navy warship HMS Montrose has said his crew are "very proud" to take the ship to its namesake town.
The provost of Angus has sailed into a political storm over his participation in a Plymouth ceremony to welcome HMS Montrose back to the Royal Navy fleet.
Angus Provost Ronnie Proctor and Deputy Lieutenant Robina Addison represented the county as HMS Montrose was welcomed back to front-line service at a rededication service held at HM Naval Base Devonport.
The world’s first fixed-wing air squadron is to join a prestigious service roll of honour after Angus councillors approved Freeman of Angus status for the historic RAF group whose foundations lie in Montrose.