Brechin’s annual Harley-Davidson festival has switched date for 2019 to avoid a traffic jam with another big date on the Angus automotive summer calendar.
An Angus pervert who travelled to the Scottish Borders in a plan to meet up with a 13-year-old girl has had his name added to the Sex Offenders’ Register for three years.
The south Angus border with Dundee has emerged as the frontline of the area’s war against fly-tipping.
Scotland’s grouse sector is bracing itself for the full impact of a weather-hit year to emerge as the final shots are fired in a difficult 2018 season.
Vandals have cost Angus Council more than a week’s worth of district-wide parking ticket income with their fire-raising attacks on four Brechin meters.
A Tayside classic car enthusiast will welcome crews from around the world to Scotland when the start flag drops on the 2019 historic rally run to Monte Carlo next month.
Angus has been urged to get started on a food showcase to add into the mix of economy-boosting Tay Cities Deal initiatives.
Angus traders say recently-introduced parking charges have already cost jobs and hit some firms' takings by more than 50%.
An army veteran living with the life-changing impact of a devastating bleed on his brain has spoken of the power of humour in aiding his recovery.
Vandals have torched parking meters in car parks across Brechin less than a month after the controversial off-street charges came into force.