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.
Forfar textiles firm Don & Low has told hundreds of employees their jobs are at risk in a devastating blow to the Angus economy.
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.
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.
Satan was using people in a “spiritual battle” within a Christian group based in Arbroath, an employment tribunal has heard.
Montrose Library has reopened following a £1 million refurbishment by ANGUSalive to turn it into a “flexible community space”.
A woman who recorded a drink-drive reading of more than four times the limit after a crash on Hogmanay has been warned that the court will consider all sentencing options.
The Conservatives have got off to a very strong start in Angus, taking a seat from the SNP in the Kirriemuir and Dean ward.
NHS Tayside yesterday issued a commitment that it is not closing Stracathro Hospital as speculation mounted over the future of the facility.
A Carnoustie man has paid tribute to his “caring, loving” fiancee who died suddenly at their home at the age of 27.