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Top 10 weirdest items found in storage units

A sunday dinner left in an oven, a samurai sword and a secret designer wardrobe have been revealed as some of the most surprising things Brits have left behind in storage facilities across the UK.

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Roger Moore as James Bond. Photo by Moviestore/REX Shutterstock

QUIZ: Can you name the Bond villains?

In tribute to Sir Roger Moore, here’s a James Bond themed quiz.

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Chairman David Paton

Chairman David’s final MoFest in the hot seat is the biggest yet

It seems only fitting that, for David Paton’s swansong, the MoFest committee members have planned their biggest festival yet.

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The Beach Boys ‘looking forward’ to being part of ‘much-loved’ MoFest

The Beach Boys ‘looking forward’ to being part of ‘much-loved’ MoFest

MoFest has a reputation for bringing some of the biggest names to Angus.

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Deacon Blue to play ‘unique’ show in Montrose

Deacon Blue to play ‘unique’ show in Montrose

It seems that Deacon Blue just can’t keep away from Montrose.

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Caledonian Railway, Brechin

Caledonian Railway to host community engagement day

It will be full steam ahead at a popular Angus tourist attraction when it invites the public in for a look behind the scenes .

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Men Shed representatives at the cheque presentation

Sheds get boost from Asda Foundation

Men’s Shed organisations in Angus have received funding from the Asda Foundation to support their workshop spaces.

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Webster Memorial Theatre

ANGUSalive events to go ahead as planned

Events at ANGUSalive facilities will all go ahead as planned following the terror incident in Manchester, but the public have been told not to be alarmed if their bags are searched.

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Port chaplain Peter Donald on one of his visits.

Major milestone for Montrose port chaplain

Peter Donald, a port chaplain for international maritime charity Sailors’ Society, notched up a milestone recently when he visited the merchant vessel Pacific Leader in Montrose.

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Going the extra mile for charity

Going the extra mile for charity

A former Webster’s High School pupil is to run a half marathon this week, to help raise funds for Vision Aid Overseas.

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Eating cheese is better for you than previously thought

Eating plenty of cheese is healthier than you think and does not necessarily increase your risk of heart disease, cancer and diabetes, say scientists.

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Trust to close Glamis museum

Trust to close Glamis museum

The Angus Folk Museum in Glamis is to close permanently, after the National Trust for Scotland made the decision to relocate the Angus Folk collection.

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Have you got a ‘fugly’ pet? It could be a TV star!

Have you got a ‘fugly’ pet? It could be a TV star!

Do you have a pet that’s, well, not the prettiest?

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Revealed - Britain’s favourite flower

Revealed - Britain’s favourite flower

The humble garden rose has been revealed as Britain’s favourite flower.

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Looking back: New equipment for playgroup

Looking back: New equipment for playgroup

This picture from the Montrose Review archives from 2002 shows Borrowfield Playgroup which held a sponsored aerobics session, raising £437 to buy equipment for the outdoor play area.

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9 sacred sites of Stone Age Scotland

9 sacred sites of Stone Age Scotland

Scotland has a rich selection of Neolithic sites which give some insight into human existence in what is now Scotland between 4000BC and 2300BC.

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Peoples Postcode Lottery ambassador Danyl Johnson.

People’s Postcode Lottery winners in Montrose

Two neighbours in Montrose have landed the People’s Postcode Lottery’s Daily Prize.

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Daniel Sloss has released The Estimated Guide to Scotland  (Pic: Mikael Buck)

Sloss takes on the estimations of Scotland

Scottish comedian Daniel Sloss has launched a new guide based on the worldview of Scotland, its people, traditions and culture to highlight the ridiculousness of estimations.

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Exhibition explores the nature of ‘home’

Exhibition explores the nature of ‘home’

“What is Home?”, an exhibition organised by the SSAMIS project (Social Support and Migration in Scotland) will be displayed in two venues in Angus: Arbroath Library, May 23 – June 24, 2017 and Brechin Museum July 13 – August 24, 2017.

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Dog walkers are being urged to keep their pets away from ground nesting birds.

Fur and feathers don’t always go together – advice for dog walkers

Our much-loved, four-legged furry friends give us endless amounts of joy and while out walking our dogs, it’s an added bonus to our daily activity if we see some great wildlife.

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