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Communities invited to join national Nature and Climate Friendly network Groups working across Scotland to improve their local communities through climate and nature friendly activities are being encouraged to join a network of like-minded people. Environmental charity Keep Scotland Beautiful is calling for more groups to join the 250+ which are already part of our […]

Carnoustie Sports Centre Spin class are holding a 24 hour ‘Pedal for Pounds’ event to raise funds for local causes on Friday 15 March. ANGUSalive instructor Bruce Whamond who leads the class, decided to raise funds for Beth Greig and Maggie’s Dundee. Bruce’s idea quickly evolved into a relay with his class participants who wanted […]

Fri, 20 October 2023 at 10:52 am BST·2-min read ANGUS Council has issued an urgent plea for donations of warm clothing at the Brechin rest centre amid a “very serious emergency”. River levels are around 4.4m above normal levels and continuing to increase, with council chiefs stressing the situation is “completely unprecedented” and gauges have become […]

The Minor Injury and Illness Service at Arbroath Infirmary has moved to a new area in the hospital. The public still must call 111 before attending – but the team are in their new location and ready to welcome patients. The Minor Injury and Illness Service in Arbroath Infirmary attends to suspected broken bones and […]

Help!! Volunteers needed. A charitable organisation run entirely by volunteers, Angus Talking Newspaper Association produces recordings of local news for blind and partially sighted people throughout Angus. We need 2-3 people with basic computer skills to meet with our volunteer readers once a month to record the readings using a laptop running Audacity recording software, […]

NHS Tayside is supporting Organ Donation Week from 18 – 24 September with information stands at Ninewells Hospital giving staff, patients and the public the opportunity to speak to transplant recipients, specialist nurses and consultants about Organ and Tissue donation. More than 50% of Scots have already joined the Organ Donor Register. At any one […]

Falls Awareness Week – time to take action Falls Awareness Week runs from 18- 24 September and aims to inform the public that many falls are preventable and that falling should not be an expected part of aging. The theme this year is ‘From Awareness to Action’ and to support people to take action, information […]

Entries open Monday 11 September until Monday 2 October 2023 Full details at: ANGUSalive invites artists, designers and craftspeople from all over Scotland to be part of their biggest annual open exhibition of contemporary art, the Meffan Winter Show. Artists, designers and craftspeople at all stages in their creative practices are welcome to enter. […]

Arbroath’s £12 million Flood Protection Scheme was officially declared open by MSP Máiri McAllan, Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Net Zero and Just Transition, at a ceremony at St Vigeans today. The Cabinet Secretary was welcomed by Angus Council Chief Executive Margo Williamson and Communities Convener, Cllr Mark McDonald. Other invited guests included representatives from the […]

New NSPCC research highlights children are at risk of being sexually abused or exploited when using immersive technology such as VR headsets. Study reveals insight from offenders who are desensitised and say viewing child sexual abuse material on VR headsets is “stupidly easy”. Child Safeguarding & Immersive Technologies includes recommendations for technology companies, government, regulators, […]

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