Tayside has proved the inspiration for America’s first programme which will use the game of golf to help those living with dementia and memory loss.
Angus and Mearns Matters: Glen Isla Project is a credit to those rescuing our women from lives of chaos and crime
A youthful indiscretion involving a leaden right foot, the downhill topography of Dundee’s Dens Road, a Mini Metro and a strategically-placed jam sandwich apart, my personal involvement with the courts has entirely involved a seat outwith the dock.
A driver who blew one of Scotland’s highest breath test readings after drunkenly weaving 50 miles down the A90 dual carriageway has been allowed to keep the money from his seized BMW to pay off the finance on the car.
Speed humps could be laid on Montrose’s busy beachfront boulevard after shock statistics revealed more than eight in ten drivers are breaking the limit there by more than 50%.
Forfar GP surgeries are being lined up to emerge from a six-month registration shutdown for new patients.
Arbroath lifeboat welcomed aboard the newest addition to its crew on a special Sunday for one young family with close connections to the lifesaving service.
Vacant Forfar land is being lined up for a development of small business starter units.
Another site visit is planned to consider the location for a pedestrian crossing on a dangerous Arbroath street in the latest stage of a 12-year safety saga.
Weekend rail services between Dundee and Aberdeen are facing a Sunday shutdown over six weekends as crucial multi-million pound upgrade works are carried out on an Angus level crossing.
Justice minister praises pioneering Angus project for success in turning around lives of female offenders
A pioneering Angus project for female offenders has been hailed for its success in transforming lives and slashing reconviction rates.