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Proposal to Have Montrose as Scotland’s First Drone Port

Angus is aiming to position itself at the forefront of rapidly advancing aerial technology as the site of Scotland’s...

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Tayside Business Warning After Aberdeen Covid-19 Spike

Tayside and Fife businesses have been warned they could be shut down immediately to stem a second coronavirus wave...

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Caledonian Railway’s Season Hits the Buffers

Recent Coronavirus spikes have forced the decision to keep closed the volunteer-run Brechin to Bridge of Dun line. It signals...

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Glamis Castle to End It’s Season in August

One of Angus’ top tourist attractions is shedding the majority of its 18 staff as it wraps up its...

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Tay Cities Deal May Face Further Delay

The Tay Cities Deal may be delayed until Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Autumn Statement. The key delay appears to be around...

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Scotland Continues in Phase 3 of Lockdown

30 July 2020: the First Minister confirms Phase 3 continues with further indicative re-opening dates. Children will return to schools...

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What Are You Entitled To if You’re Made Redundant on Furlough?

Noele McClelland, employment law specialist at Thorntons, said: “As employers move towards having to contribute to the costs of furloughed...

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Journeycall to Shed 20 Jobs as Covid-19 Hits

One of the largest employers in Angus said a significant decline in revenues had led to 20 staff being...

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