The new Earl of Forfar sampled the town’s famous bridies as he made his first visit to the area since the ancient title was brought back into use.
Raith will play Queen of the South for a place in next season’s Ladbrokes Championship after defeating 10-man Forfar 3-2 on aggregate in the play-off semi-final.
Raith will take a one-goal lead into the second leg of their Scottish Championship play-off semi-final against Forfar after securing a 2-1 home victory.
Brechin were relegated from Ladbrokes League One after being held 1-1 at home by 10-man Stenhousemuir.
Stenhousemuir seized the initiative in the battle to avoid automatic relegation from Scottish League One as a 1-1 draw with East Fife moved them off the foot of the table.
The Queen has marked Prince Edward’s birthday by granting him a title to use in Scotland.
I AM out and about in the lovely Angus countryside, looking for a scone spot a reader has told me about.
A WOMAN grabbed by two men on her way home from a night out has told how she used her self-defence training to batter them.
MSPs have been given safety guidance after a spate of suspicious packages being sent to politicians.
Forbes of Kingennie, outside Dundee It’s only a few miles from Dundee, but enjoys its own lovely countryside setting. The Forbes of Kingennie resort has been owned by the Forbes family since 1995, so you could say they know what they’re doing. It’s the perfect spot for a getaway with woodland and waterside lodges – both are so tranquil. It’s popular with golfers thanks to nearby Carnoustie. There’s even a nine-hole golf course and the young or young-at-heart will enjoy the putting green. We love the relaxed atmosphere at Kingennie. With roaring log fires, lodges with private balconies and choice of restaurants and menus, what’s not to love? If you like pies, you won’t be able to resist the chicken and Omachie gammon pie, topped with parmesan mash (more please!), but make sure you also leave room for a pudding. Come on, it would be a crime to leave without trying honeycomb pavlova with honeycomb ice-cream, wouldn’t it? Dogs are allowed in some lodges – or maybe you’ll just get to know Copper, the resort’s friendly Lab.
Reekie Linn It’s a whopper of a waterfall – but you don’t know it’s there until you walk a few hundred yards and then you’ll hear the thundering water. There’s also a second “secret” waterfall – go through the bushes at the end of the path and on further for 100 metres or so.