Two Angus men who were arrested by plain clothes police while in possession of an array of weapons have avoided jail.
Members of the public have been asked to keep their distance from the demolition of a former Angus secondary school.
The active role played by a former Angus Provost in bringing a skatepark to Carnoustie has been celebrated on its second anniversary.
Andy Jackson was born in Salford and moved to Scotland in 1992. He is the medical librarian at Dundee University and a respected poet now living in Perthshire. He is editor of Whaleback City: the poetry of Dundee with city makar WN Herbert. Mr Jackson tells The Courier that his home city will recover, although it will not forget its losses.
An Angus politician has slammed the spiralling need for foodbanks in the county.
An “ecologically sound” alternative to cremation has been proposed at a Tayside farm.
An Angus town that hit a £3 million lottery jackpot has been targeted by scammers who claim Lady Luck has come back to stay.
Councils in Angus, Fife and Dundee have been asked for their opinions on a massive offshore wind development.
Wildlife crime prosecutors have been asked to explain how “inadmissible” video evidence has stalled several recent prosecutions.
Massive public interest is anticipated for a last look at the Mearns paintings of one of Scotland’s finest modern artists.