A man in his 20s is being hunted after a weekend Forfar assault which left his victim unconscious.
A campaign to reduce the nation’s 30 miles per hour urban speed limit to 20 has received Angus Council backing after a bid to throttle back on the authority’s level of support was halted.
Tenants who will soon call Forfar’s former Chapelpark school home have been given the chance to see the project’s progress toward completion.
A pair of Angus men are to face trial on a £22,000 VAT fraud charge.
Angus teenager Sandy Mitchell bagged his first podium of the year with a second place finish in the latest round of the British GT4 Championship.
Angus and Perthshire gems have emerged for Scotland’s largest single day book fair which is set to draw interest from across the country this weekend.
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.
The green light has finally been given for work to begin on a £45,000 pedestrian crossing in Arbroath, more than a decade after safety work was abruptly halted on the busy town street.
Scottish squirrel project chiefs on alert over grey threat to Highland Line in Courier Country corridor
Wildlife experts want to recruit an army of spotters in the effort to stop the deadly advance of grey squirrels across Scotland’s Highland Line.
A young woman who stamped on the head of a pal and head butted a police officer in a drunken street attack has narrowly avoided a prison sentence.