Montrose FC has issued a plea for understanding from local residents as the club braces itself for an expected turnout of more than 3,000 fans at Links Park on Saturday.
Angus Council has buckled under intense public pressure and now plans to bring in a cash payment option at off-street car parks.
After 10 years, a huge amount of community effort and around £2 million in investment, the new Community Hub at Friockheim has taken its place at the heart of the Angus village.
NHS Tayside chiefs have moved to quell concerns over the long-term future of a local hospital.
Jobs could be slashed across Angus sports centres under proposals currently out to consultation with staff at under-pressure sports and culture organisation Angus Alive.
A British Army recruitment campaign which targets ‘snowflakes’ and ‘class clowns’ has been slammed by veterans, as recruitment levels fail to meet targets.
Angus Council’s leadership team have given a cautious welcome to the expected announcement today that the Scottish Government will fund the remaining £35 million required to construct the Cross Tay Link Road at Perth.
The story of a plant rescued as a “symbol of hope” by a Montrose resident in the aftermath of the Iranian Embassy siege has brought back memories to one of the SAS heroes who stormed the building after a six-day siege.
Demand is far exceeding supply as pop-up restaurant events organised by finalists from the hit TV programme Masterchef: The Professionals, including Angus man Dean Banks, are selling out within hours.
Parts of Courier Country could cash in on links with King Robert the Bruce after the success of hit film Outlaw King.