A Forfar woman is rallying neighbours to fight plans for a major quarrying operation on their doorstep.
Tests done on samples taken from a Neolithic settlement discovered at Carnoustie have confirmed it is the most extensive site of its kind in Britain.
A Forfar businessman is threatening court action to block the demolition of the town’s former Lochside leisure centre after his five-figure bid for the building was knocked back.
Pioneering enterprising projects were recognised at the inaugural Tay Cities Social Enterprise Awards ceremony in Dundee.
A once-troubled Angus golf club is preparing to swing back into action after its Taiwanese owner signed an agreement for the forthcoming season.
Angus Council is staring into a deepening black hole of lost revenue from its unpopular off-street parking charges.
A Courier appeal to trace relatives of a Royal Air Force World War Two bomber pilot shot down over Germany has been successful.
An intergenerational project in a rural Angus village has formed new friendships and created a better understanding of issues facing all ages.
Police carrying out a routine patrol on a busy dual carriageway which cuts through Angus recorded a driver travelling dangerously at 118 miles per hour.
Hunt for Angus family as German researchers uncover crash site of RAF wartime bomber – 75 years after it vanished
An emotional plea has gone out to the residents of Angus to try to track down descendants of an RAF pilot who lost his lifewhen his aircraft crashed in Germany during the Second World War.