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.
Plans are being drawn up to combat a multi-million pound flood risk to hundreds of Angus homes.
A dangerous driver who crashed into a Coastguard vehicle responding to an emergency Angus callout is facing an electronic tag.
‘Last resort’ frustration after sides prepare for Court of Session showdown over Forfar leisure centre
A prominent Angus businessman fighting to save Forfar’s former leisure centre said he regrets having to pursue the “last resort” legal action which will take him to a Court of Session showdown with council chiefs later this week.
An Angus shepherd has lost his licence and potentially, his career, after an early hours drink-drive crash on a glen road which saw him crawl free through the windscreen of his stricken vehicle.
A fleet of mini-executive electric cars which sparked controversy after arriving as pool vehicles for Angus Council have covered just 350 miles in nearly four months.
Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre is flying high after landing a £40,000 grant as part of a near half-million windfall for museums across Scotland.
A heroin-fuelled dangerous driver has dodged a jail sentence after “carnage” was narrowly avoided when he careered into a blue-light emergency patient convoy on a busy Angus road.
It seems there really is no place like home for a history-making Angus osprey after a birthplace visit years after dropping off the satellite radar.