One small step.
A young Angus woman is facing the prospect of an electronic tag over a so-called revenge porn offence.
With their real-life counterparts stretched to the max, cut-out cops have taken a stand-in role for the fight against speeding motorists.
Angus firms have been challenged to grab an even greater slice of the council procurement pie after figures revealed the rural authority is one of the best in the country for keeping cash local.
Plans are being drawn up to combat a multi-million pound flood risk to hundreds of Angus homes.
The green light for speed buffer zones in Angus communities has been hailed as a step forward in road safety - but “reckless” drivers have been condemned for continuing to put lives at risk.
Edzell villagers have been promised they will be first in the queue for the introduction of any blanket 20 miles per hour speed limit in Angus communities.
A divide over Arbroath active travel proposals to transform the town-splitting A92 dual carriageway has seen a bid to halt the multi-million pound scheme blocked.
A “young and stupid” cannabis dealer has avoided prison after an offence involving intending to supply the drug.
A man has denied playing a part in a Tayside road crash which claimed the life of a 29-year-old mother-of-three.