Forfar textiles firm Don & Low has told hundreds of employees their jobs are at risk in a devastating blow to the Angus economy.
Montrose Library has reopened following a £1 million refurbishment by ANGUSalive to turn it into a “flexible community space”.
Tayside has been dealt a major jobs blow as supermarket giant Morrisons confirmed plans to axe dozens of jobs at a potato packing facility in Carnoustie.
Satan was using people in a “spiritual battle” within a Christian group based in Arbroath, an employment tribunal has heard.
A Carnoustie man has paid tribute to his “caring, loving” fiancee who died suddenly at their home at the age of 27.
The level of “contamination” in recycling bins in Angus has increased by 50% in the last three years.
An Angus man’s $650,000 bill for hospital treatment in America has sparked a war of words between a British insurer and Swiss debt collector.
The location couldn’t be further from the beaches of Malibu or the catwalks of Paris.
The price of demolishing the historic Damacre Centre in Brechin has rocketed after asbestos was unexpectedly found in the building.
The director of the Hospitalfield arts centre in Arbroath has cast doubt on whether the local authority’s £5 million fine art collection could be sold to protect vital services.