Eating Disorders Week

As with many other mental illnesses, eating disorders are misunderstood. They are not fads, phases, or ‘diets gone wrong’. Assumptions abound: they affect white, middle-class, teenage girls, who starve themselves to look like models they see in magazines.


Cervical Cancer Screening

Of the more than 100 types of cancer, only three have screening programmes in the UK. Two are specifically for women, and only one is available for young women – cervical screening. 

Independant Fuel Price Watchdog

Local MP Kirstene Hair has repeated calls for an independent price watchdog to be set up for petrol and diesel to tackle rip off prices in Angus.

Innotative thinking needed to make sure Angus is better connected.

Work and play in modern life is becoming more and more connected to the array of digital devices we just can’t do without. Using a tablet to shop online is as natural as checking weather on a smartphone, or listening to MP3s while out on a jog.

Angus MP calls for "radical" education overhaul

Angus MP Kirstene Hair has today (Sunday) called for a radical overhaul of future education in Scotland to ensure that more young people get the most out of their education in Scotland.


Why the A92 isues must be addressed.

With road safety across Scotland on the agenda this week it is high time that we look at our local concerns – namely the A92 between Arbroath and Montrose.