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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.

Parliament visit for young achiever

A young Angus achiever has been given a national honour for her work in the community and abroad.

Webster’s High School pupil Emily Lindley has spent the last several years fundraising for a struggling orphanage in Kenya.

Local M.P joins bobbies on the beat

An Angus politician who had been on the verge of joining the police has spoken of her admiration for the force after being given the chance to don the uniform.

Kirstene Hair backs CPR education in schools

The MP for Angus has urged local secondary schools to teach their students CPR, following a warning that people who have not been trained in CPR are nearly three times less likely to perform it.

Angus MP speaks before PMs conference speech

An Angus MP and her Conservative colleagues "transformed" Scotland's political landscape with a historic General Election result, the party conference has heard. Kirstene Hair says the country's voices and opinions have a "truer reflection" at Westminster after returning 13 MPs in May's polls.