Kirriemuir Herald

Mobile phone driving penalty has been doubled

Parents are being urged to share their childrens dreams as part of the Scottish Governments Read, Write, Count campaign.

Parents urged to share their children’s dreams for the future

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced the funding during a visit to South Lanarkshire.

£10 million pounds for organisations to tackle climate change

Politics 1
Heavy rain

Over 6,000 sci-fi fans beamed down to Capital Sci-Fi Con 2017

News 1

Scots’ ice cream tastes shift upmarket


Opportunities for SRUC Students


Calling young writers: pen a hero animal story and win!


Driving challenge to Monte Carlo…or bust!

Scottish homeowners believe their renovation and decorative works has led to a �11,437 increase in property value.

Scottish homeowners optimistic about house prices

News 1
Angus sports stars are getting on their marks for this year's awards.

Nominations in for county sports awards

Sport 2
Glasgow Warriors assistant coach Dan McFarland meets the media ahead of their game against Munster. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS/SRU

Glasgow’s Euro mission can pave way for Scotland to progress

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Last years Sports Personality of the Year Ryan Burnett.

Nominations sought for the ANGUSalive Sports Awards

News 2

Tayside Mountain Rescue partner with Montrose Triathlon

More Sport 2

Our 2016 sports quiz ... how much do you remember?

Sport 1

Olympics star Eilish McColgan wows pupils during Giant Heptathlon event

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Nominations sought for annual awards

Sport 4

Kirriemuir’s first athletics festival is huge success

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Olly Murs will be in Dundeeas part of a UK wide tour

Olly Murs to perform in Tayside

Whats on
Anton and Erin will be performing in 'Swing Time'.

Swinging into Scotland with Anton and Erin

Whats on

Forfar exhibit tells sad family story

Graham Galloway of DD8 Music (centre) uses an iPad to show off Kirriemuir's Bon Scott statue to the folk in Fremantle, Australia. With him are left - Jayne Grewar, DD8 Music vice-chair; and Jenni Brown, chair of Kirriemuir Community Council.

Making the connection between Kirrie and Oz for Bon Scott