Protesters say no to gay marriage
Hirsch twins’ progress amazing
Hair-raising success for college students
What is killing our plant life?
Green spring clean!
Another award for local artist
Lifeboats assist in search
Arbroath and District Music Festival presented long service awards to some of its members.
The Ladies’ Lifeboat Guild will be holding their annual general meeting today (Friday).
Arbroath Round Table is gearing up for their second ever Arbroath Toonfest which takes place tomorrow (Saturday).
Angus College has celebrated their first year working with local cat protection groups.
Opponents of the Scottish Government’s plans to legalise same sex marriage held a recent protest meeting in Arbroath.2 comments
A fire-hit Carnoustie business is getting back on its feet after taking up residence in its new home.
WITH a free week for 19th HOLE A, Stag cut their lead at the top of the Carnoustie Pool League to four points.
Rowanlea Riding School, Barry, began the new season with a spring speed class event last Monday.
Those considering engaging in street trading when the Commonwealth Games visits Carnoustie next year should take note of new regulations up for consultation.
The Troutmaster Fish Off was held at Carlogie Dam on Sunday with six anglers competing to represent Carlogie in the finals.
Finavon got the point the needed to win the Forfar and District Sunday Amateur League, sharing the spoils with Carnoustie All Stars.
Alpha Boilers – Kinloch; runners-up – Stag. Christmas Doubles - Alan Forsyth/Garry Merrilees; runners-up – Graham Elrick/Andrew McGill.
THE SACRIFICE made by the service personnel of Australia and New Zealand was remembered at a special ceremony in the Western Cemetery in Arbroath on Sunday.
An airy, elegant home with decorative tiles and nature-inspired murals, where the outdoors blends seamlessly with the indoors, would be an enviable property by today’s standards.
The National Youth Choir of Scotland (NYCoS) is hoping to hit the right notes by appealing to local children to join their Angus area choir.
A packed West Kirk was the setting for the ladies of the In Harmonyc hoir to deliver their annual concert on Friday.
Carnoustie artist Jim Dunbar has received another accolade just days after being awarded the Rendezvous Gallery Artist in Residence Award
One of the best ways to make your home more suited to your needs, especially if you have a growing family or want to work from home, is to add a bedroom.
There’s an almost tangible feeling of calm and comfort as you enter Alex Legendre’s house with its muted palette of earthy colours, lath and plaster walls, wide reclaimed floorboards and collection of quirky treasures.
Angus MP Mike Weir visited the Angus Food Bank on Friday to meet volunteers running the operation.
The Craw’s Nest pool team that completed a glorious treble of Monifieth and District Pool League Second Division Champions, League Cup winners and Knock-out Cup winners in May, 1990.
The CROWN A team which finished runner-up in Carnoustie Pool League in 1990.
A GOOD friend of the Guide & Gazette, Annie Luke Thompson (pictured), died peacefully at home on Saturday after a brave battle against cancer. She was 75 years of age.
CARNOUSTIE folk will be able to choose their community heroes thanks to the community council.
Monikie Primary School pupils completed a unique treble in June, 1990, by finishing top in the inter-schools swimming, football and this was the first time that a rural school had won all three titles.
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Weather for Carnoustie
Sunday 19 May 2013
Temperature: 9 C to 16 C
Wind Speed: 8 mph
Wind direction: East
Temperature: 9 C to 19 C
Wind Speed: 10 mph
Wind direction: East