Angus hopes of retaining local mental health services were dismissed before a public consultation on their future even began, it has emerged.
The Glenisla Highland and Friendly Society held its 148th annual gathering. The results are as follows:
A young Angus couple who lost their baby boy have thanked the community for donations to Tayside’s dedicated bereavement suite.
A new project may rock modern ideas that the ancient Picts were "savages", according to an Angus expert.
A Perthshire road has been shut after the local authority deemed repairs to a level crossing were dangerous to the public.
Wildlife crime prosecutors have been asked to explain how “inadmissible” video evidence has stalled several recent prosecutions.
A shepherd has lost her latest court battle against a windfarm on the Angus and Perthshire border, despite her concerns about “highly protected” local wildlife.
An ill-fated criminal gang’s last night of freedom has been revisited after they were jailed for more than 90 years.
More than 30 Tayside and Fife council workers earned more than £100,000 last year, according to a “rich list” of top local authority earners.
An army of more than 1,000 carers will be trained in Angus if health chiefs get a £2.1 million healthcare war chest from the Tay Cities Deal.