Soaring Local Drug Use

The soaring number of people across Angus hospitalised after taking drugs proves the SNP strategy on the issue has failed, the local MP has said.

New figures have revealed 141 people were rushed to hospital from across the area after taking illegal substances in 2017/18.

Great British High Street 2019

Angus towns and villages have been urged to follow Kirriemuir’s lead from 2018 and enter the Great British High Street Awards this year.

Mobile Masts Upgrade in Angus

Twelve Angus mobile masts to improve “ageing and expensive” emergency services communications have been welcomed by the local MP.

The UK Government Home Office charged EE with delivering an Emergency Service Network critical communications system across the country.

Condor Memorial Garden Visit

The bravery, sacrifice and community spirit of 45 Commando in Arbroath were marked during a recent visit by the MP for Angus.

Last year, Kirstene Hair donated a birch bark cherry tree to the Royal Marine Memorial Garden, which was opened on November 11 2011.

Visit to Ogilvy Vodka

The MP for Angus highlighted the benefit of growing spirits businesses to the local economy at the weekend.

Kirstene Hair visited the new Ogilvy Spirits visitor centre and the Gin Bothy Visitor Experience, both in Glamis, to take the temperature of the drinks industry in the county.

Speeding near Carmyllie Primary School

Following concerns from a number of constituents about speeding near Carmyllie Primary School I wrote to Margot Williamson, Chief Executive of Angus Council. 


Schools Strike 4 Climate Change

In response to the Schools Strike 4 Climate Change and in the wake of the ongoing climate change protests I have written to all schools in Angus to outline all the steps the Governement has taken to tackle climate change.  

Treasury Meeting on Fair Fuels

A senior UK Treasury Minister will meet Angus MP Kirstene Hair to discuss the campaign for an independent fuel price regulator, the Chancellor confirmed today.