An Angus councillor has warned she fears the introduction of Universal Credit in the area will be a “train wreck”.
The group behind a campaign to raise £50,000 for a statue to commemorate the heroic actions of Airedale terriers during the First World War is celebrating the project’s next funding milestone.
An iconic aircraft of the Second World War is coming ‘home’ to Angus and the site of the historic beginnings of the RAF in Great Britain.
An Angus man is planning to walk 175 kilometres through Kenya to raise awareness of the plight of HIV/AIDS orphans.
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An annual showcase of the cream of Scottish artistic talent has gone on display at an Angus landmark.
An Angus parent has criticised the flu vaccination programme at her child's school after learning the jabs would not be delivered until a week before Christmas.
Montrose volunteers rolled up their sleeves and got stuck in to an impressive display of community spirit at the weekend.
Angus Council has been urged to change its parking enforcement policy to support local residents fighting the war on litter.
A sheriff has ordered an electronic tag report on an Angus man who fractured his victim’s skull and eye socket – warning the attacker he is “not off the hook” over the prospect of going behind bars.