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Glimpse of life before the dinosaurs

Montrose Museum is hosting a major touring exhibition which tries to shed light on how prehistoric life managed to make the transition from sea to land.

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Tesco have recalled a product.

Tesco recalls product over allergy risk

Tesco has issued a notice recalling a popular ready meal after it was revealed to be a risk to customers with allergies.

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The hack is sophisticated, and has fooled even the tech-savvy users of Gmail

Gmail hack: Even tech-savvy users fooled by sophisticated phishing technique

Even tech-savvy Gmail users are falling victim to hackers who steal their login credentials, according to a security expert, who notes that increasingly sophisticated phishing techniques are being employed.

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Sir Tom Hunter is pictured with (from left) Kiltwalkers Stuart Sharp, Kerry Murdoch and Chris Quinn.

Boost for Kiltwalk’s fund-raising drive

Charity fund-raisers now have more reason to enter this year’s Kiltwalk with news that Scottish philanthropist Sir Tom Hunter will boost the amounts raised at all four walks.

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Entries for this years World Marmalade Awards will be taken at Mackays Arbroath premises up to Sunday, February 5.

Competition with broad ‘apeel’

Marmalade makers across Scotland are being invited to submit their entries for this year’s World Marmalade Awards.

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Shelterboxes provide vital life-saving equipment for those in crisis.

Shop’s proceeds provide vital aid

Forfar Rotary Club is buying humanitarian aid for Iraqi refugees with the proceeds of a ‘pop-up shop’ run during December.

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15/11/09, TSPL, Scotsman. News, UK Film Premier, of Law Abiding Citizen Cineworld, Glasgow. Star Gerard Butler arrives for the premier to night. Pic Ian Rutherford

Shining a light on century-old mystery

Filming starts this year on a thriller which is set to explore the mysterious disappearance of an Arbroath lighthouse keeper and his colleagues 117 years ago.

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Friendly gig for charity

Friendly gig for charity

A young musician has enlisted some of Arbroath’s top musical talent for a fundraising concert to support a children’s hospital.

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Tina Robertson has set herself the challenge of running 1,000 miles this year after losing her mum to cancer.

Running in mum’s memory

An Angus woman is taking on a gruelling 1000-mile running challenge to thank those who helped care for her dying mum.

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Rummage boxes at Balhousie Care Homes.

Memory boxes for Balhousie residents

A competition by one of Scotland’s leading care home providers has left a lasting impression on residents and their families.

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Labrador Golden retriever cross puppy on grass running.

Arbroath store provides 5142 meals for needy pets

Pets at Home in Arbroath is celebrating after they raised £2557 following a Christmas appeal to help homeless pets.

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New Monopoly pieces could include emoji, dinosaur, duck and penguin

New Monopoly pieces could include emoji, dinosaur, duck and penguin

Traditional Monopoly pieces are facing ‘the boot’ - but you can vote on what you’d like to see in their place.

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Garden gnomes, prosthetic legs and an apple tree - all left behind in hotel rooms

Garden gnomes, prosthetic legs and an apple tree - all left behind in hotel rooms

We’ve all rushed out of a hotel to catch our flight or train back home, and most of us will have forgotten some vital item - our phone, or a pair of socks, or perhaps the papers for that presentation that your business trip was all about.

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Health risk forces Doritos to recall crisps

Health risk forces Doritos to recall crisps

The owners of popular crisp brand. Doritos, is recalling some products after it was revealed they could pose a health risk.

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Relay For Life Arbroath

Blast from the past for Relay

Relay for Life Arbroath is urging local people to find eight others they wish to spend the night with – but all for a seriously good cause.

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Quiz: Can you spell better than a 9-year-old?

Quiz: Can you spell better than a 9-year-old?

You might be able to spell Mississippi, but can you keep up with the brightest young spelling talent in the UK?

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Warning over ‘convincing’ fake Amazon emails

Warning over ‘convincing’ fake Amazon emails

Fraud and cybercrime experts Action Fraud are warning the public to be on their guard, following reports of convincing looking emails claiming to be from Amazon.

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OBE for services to youth and policing

OBE for services to youth and policing

A former Arbroath man has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s New Year Honours List for his services to young people and policing.

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Royal recognition as life-saving Lichtie James 
receives accolade

Royal recognition as life-saving Lichtie James receives accolade

Arbroath man James Williamson has been honoured by the Queen with the status of Member of the Order of St John.

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Lesley Garrett sang with the Arbroath Male Voice Choir on Thursday evening at the Webster theatre.

Choir are now singing out to secure their survival...

A popular Arbroath choir, which has sung out for over eight decades, is in crisis and desperately crying out for new talent to bring them back up to full voice.

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