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New hourly rail service ahead of schedule

The Scottish Government is looking to introduce a planned new hourly rail service covering Arbroath, Carnoustie and Monifieth in May of next year.

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The workshop will focus on how good soil management can improve business efficiency for farmers.

Soil management course to come to Angus

The benefits boosting farm efficiency and yields through good soil management techniques will be stressed to local farmers at a free event.

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Maintenance planned on east coast rail route

Maintenance planned on east coast rail route

Engineering works on the east coast and highland mainline routes are taking place over the coming weeks.

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The new CarStore in Dundee

Recruitment drive for new Tayside CarStore

Peter Vardy Group is embarking on a recruitment drive to fill positions for a range of roles for its brand-new, purpose built CarStore currently under construction at Dundee’s Dunsinane Industrial Estate.

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Carnoustie micro brewery Shed 35 have launched with three new beers. Patriot an American Pale Ale, Red Bear an Irish Red Ale and Tomahawk an India Pale Ale. 
Brewers John Wilson, Billy Duncan and John Wilson are pictured. 

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Carnoustie pals hop to it for new beers

Three friends from Carnoustie have brewed up a new venture which they hope will be a business success.

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The Caravan Club reveals boost to Scottish economy

The Caravan Club reveals boost to Scottish economy

The Scottish economy has seen an increase in growth courtesy of champions of the great outdoors, The Caravan Club. Members of The Club spent a huge £37 million off-site when in the region in 2016 – an increase of £2 million compared to £35 million in 2015.

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Transport Minister Humza Yousaf.

ScotRail reward patient passengers with a ‘free week’

More details of a package of discounted travel for Scotland’s rail passengers have been confirmed today.

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Tourism Secretary Fiona Hyslop.

Scottish history sparks tourism rise

Scotland is capitalising on the booming demand from international tourists who wish to explore the country’s history and heritage, Tourism Secretary Fiona Hyslop revealed today.

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Morrisons announce acquisition of Carnoustie plant

Morrisons announce acquisition of Carnoustie plant

Morrisons and Farmcare are today (January 30) announcing a supply agreement and the acquisition of the Farmcare potato packing business at Carnoustie by Morrisons.

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The Post Office

Sudden closure of Broughty Post Office

Following the sudden closure of a counter in Broughty Ferry the Post Office is working to restore services to the area, amid calls for better communication.

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Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs, Fiona Hyslop.

Huge investment in Dundee and Angus’ visitor journey

Dundee and Angus’ tourism industry stands to benefit from investment of over £1.1 billion over the next three years, a joint initiative between VisitScotland and its key local and national partners has revealed.

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Learning a language can create opportunities in places like Madrid.

Talking the talk at Business Brunches

Young people from three Angus schools had the opportunity to engage with local businesses at the University of Dundee on January 18, 2017.

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SDS pays a contribution towards apprentices training costs.

Employers urged to hire apprentices

More employers hiring apprentices is vital to the Dundee and Angus economy according to the business-led group set up to develop the young workforce in the region.

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Pictured are, from left, Peter MacLeod, Gerry Smith and Darren Ball, all of Dawnfresh; Cabinet Secretary Fergus Ewing; Andy Plumb, and Steven Hamilton, both of Dawnfresh.

New action plan launched by food and drink industry

An action plan aimed at helping Scotland’s food and drink employers attract a new generation of skilled professionals has been launched by the industry.

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Fisheries Secretary Fergus Ewing.

Crab and lobster conservation measures

Scottish shellfish are to be given additional protection through new conservation measures announced by Fisheries Secretary Fergus Ewing today.

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Acquiring the skills to get back into the Angus workforce

Acquiring the skills to get back into the Angus workforce

A hospitality skills course in Arbroath is enjoying great success in getting unemployed people back into the workforce in the sector.

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Pupils’ good plans rewarded

Pupils’ good plans rewarded

Parcel delivery firm Hermes has praised pupils from Monifieth after hosting a competition to encourage innovation.

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Farming conference comes to Carnoustie

The opportunities, and challenges faced by Scotland’s farmers as they look towards farming on the world stage, will come under scrutiny when the 14th Farming Scotland Conference rolls into Carnoustie.

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Arbroath Abbey

Tourism employment increases in Angus

New figures have revealed that the number of people working in tourism in Angus has increased by 10 percent in one year.

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