Scores of older people in Angus are facing an uncertain future after a leading housing association confirmed it is reviewing its sheltered housing provision.
Fly-tippers are in danger of undermining Glamis Castle’s place as one of Scotland’s top tourist attractions.
A 30-tonne granite sculpture carved in memory of the Airedale terriers who died in the first world war has been unveiled in East Haven, outside Carnoustie.
The owner of a large pheasant-rearing farm found to be in breach of planning regulations has denied knowingly breaking the rules
An Angus town's rugby side is enjoying a well-deserved resurgence.
A much-loved family bakery and café in Carnoustie has closed six months after controversial parking charges were reintroduced to the Angus town.
Stonehaven shoppers are playing a supermarket guessing game as work begins on a large store on the edge of town.
Almost 90% of residents in Carnoustie have seen an increase in fly-tipping since the decision to remove skips across Angus, according to a poll.
Farmers should use more machines to pick berries and vegetables, rather than rely solely on migrant workers, according to the UK government Brexit secretary.
An Arbroath firm has spent "hundreds of thousands of pounds" stockpiling materials due to the ongoing uncertainty over Brexit.