An Angus councillor has unearthed a fascinating insight into men’s views on the suffragists as the nation commemorated the centenary of some women winning the right to vote.
A historic steam tug boat, believed to be the oldest Montrose-built ship still afloat capable of being propelled under her own power, was the star attraction at a civic reception on Merseyside.
The arrival of the first cruise liner to Angus promises to leave major economic benefits in its wake.
An Angus woman who admitted driving after taking a “line of cocaine” has been banned from the road for 18 months.
Keen hillwalkers bagged more than they bargained for when they ventured up Mount Keen in the Angus mountains.
Progress on the transformation of the former Forfar Academy building has been further delayed.
Volunteers are being sought for an innovative community project which gives school uniforms a new lease of life and keeps costs down for parents and guardians.
A memorial service is to be held in Kirriemuir Old Parish Church on Saturday January 20 to celebrate the life of Lt Colonel Andrew Houstoun OBE MC DL.
Gin lovers are invited on board the “sloe train” in September for a gin tasting experience.
Angus Council’s finance convener has warned council tax increases, job losses, cuts in services and increases in charges are inevitable as the local authority attempts to balance the books.