Forfar Dispatch

45 Commando exercise their Freedom of Angus

Politics

Travelodge considering Montrose expansion

Business
New research from Abertay University has found organised football sessions have a direct improvement on the lives of people with mental health conditions like schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder.

New project finds football has a positive impact on mental health conditions

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Could Andy Murray get hooked on knitting when he retires from sport?

News

Union campaigners say no to benefit sanctions

News

RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch results

News

‘Pound’ cancer by donating old coins in new campaign

News

Small grants to help fight global poverty

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Elsie Stewart is pictured with the volunteers at Whitehills.

Angus hearing service proves popular

Health

Gary Bollan tells Forfar Athletic players to get ready for “six cup finals”

Football
- Forfar Farmington photo shoot at Station Park, Forfar. Photo: David Young

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Sophie Young issues battle cry after Forfar Farmington U23s lose to Tayside

Football

Report: Forfar Athletic beaten by Berwick Rangers but the Loons stay in pole position

Football

Search for European Championship volunteers begins

Sport

Junior round-up: Hitman Hart hammers Hi-Hi

Football

Friends and fans gather at Forfar Athletic to celebrate Martyn Fotheringham's decade of service

Football

Martyn Fotheringham testimonial

Football

Beth Shillitto hopes Forfar Farmington continue their winning start to the season

Football
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

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

Lord of the Dance returns to Scotland with new show

Whats on
Betty Blue Eyes is the leading lady in KAOS latest performance

Betty Blue Eyes coming to Kirrie

Whats on
Tasmin (left) of Kirriemuir being presented with the  Alex Stewart Memorial Trophy and Michael J. Besse Memorial Quaich by adjudicator Liz Childs. Picture by Ian Sadler, Strathview Photo.

Talented Kirrie singer wins top award

Lifestyle
Forfar Community Campus

Trust responds to campus complaints

Lifestyle

Montrose Lifeboat book launch timed to coincide with centenary of WW1 rescue

Lifestyle