Electricity chiefs have said sorry for a fault which left more than 800 Forfar homes without power on Friday night.
Tenants who will soon call Forfar’s former Chapelpark school home have been given the chance to see the project’s progress toward completion.
For a place that’s built its recent success on how fast folk can get from top to bottom, it’s unsettling to see things going downhill in Brechin.
A man smashed a moving car’s rear screen with a metal pole in a “significant road rage” Angus incident after pursuing the other driver who he believed had hit his parked vehicle.
A male sea eagle has proved his paternal prowess by successfully raising chicks from two different nests for the first time ever in Scotland.
An Angus fraudster who admitted obtaining benefits worth more than £20,000 has avoided a prison term.
Plans are brewing to pour European cash into a project which aims to add tea to the growing list of Courier Country’s favourite home-grown tipples.
An Angus man who called a community warden a “kiddie-on copper” before launching a half-naked rant on a local bus just days after his release from jail has avoided going back behind bars.
Rapt regulars at an Angus nature reserve are celebrating the loch’s latest osprey breeding success.
DVLA chiefs say they have mounted an inquiry into how a killer Tayside driver was issued with a new licence four years before his decade-long ban was due to end.