Montrose Review

A90 to get average speed cameras installed


Montrose dentist celebrates independence with award

Jackie Kay with the poetry competition winners.

Primary poets show case language skills

Light rain

Funding restored for Angus offshore windfarm project


Resurfacing works on A90 at Stracathro


Angus Council to receive £11 million of affordable housing funding


Body discovered on Arbroath beach

Health Secretary Shona Robison

Funding to boost cancer screening rates


Montrose Ladies record first ever victory

Forfar West End v Clydebank 24/10/15

Junior round-up: Hitman Hart hammers Hi-Hi

St Cyrus indoor bowls prizewinners.

Successful indoor bowls season for St Cyrus

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Search for European Championship volunteers begins


Report: Montrose bring an end to Arbroath's unbeaten run with late Gary Fraser goal


Montrose pay tribute to former chairman


Stewart Petrie expects another hard game when Montrose visit rivals Arbroath


Montrose Roselea smash Burghead Thistle to move top

Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games celebrates 20 years of the original production. Pic: Brian Doherty.

Theatre Review: Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games at Edinburgh Playhouse

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Montrose RNLI history laid bare

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Lord of the Dance is celebrating 20 years since its debut. Pic: Brian Doherty.

Lord of the Dance returns to Scotland with new show

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The Spring Market at the end of the Taste of Angus Festival 2017 was run by The Food Life. Photo by Jillian McEwan for The Food Life.

Success for Taste of Angus Festival 2017

Members of the Evolution Dance Company in Montrose recently attended the Fusion championships in Dundee. 
The girls won second place for their crew and there were lots of solo and duet placings. A few of the girls were competing for their first time and placed first. The Honey Gs were placed second for their crew in the Under 14 Intermediate/Advanced category and Alicia Smith, Sophie Rule, Lois Hancock. Keira Gill placed first for solo; Shae Keith, Kallie Mclaren, Amber Keir, Mia Fraser, Alex Aitken placed second for solo; Jazmin Mcmillan, Necole Cabrelli placed third for solo; Kenza Henderson placed sixth for solo
Alex Aitken and Necole Cabrelli placed first for duet
Bella Shakespear and Amy Cooper, Millie Dryden and Jazmin Mcmillan, Alicia Smith and Keira Gill placed second for duet.
Mia Fraser and Amber Keir, Keira Smith and Kenza Henderson placed third for duet.
Layla Bradley and Millie Brymner, Sophie Rule and Shae Keith placed fourth for duet.

Evolution dancers pick up awards at Fusion championships

The most popular Scottish attraction was the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh,

Edinburgh Castle at the peak of paid for attractions