Tenants who will soon call Forfar’s former Chapelpark school home have been given the chance to see the project’s progress toward completion.
The Angus Glens are to be a target area in a winter trapping project focussed on building up the DNA profile of the Scottish wildcat population.
A Dundee man caught hare coursing on Angus farmland has claimed the poaching was being done for the pot and not in connection with criminality linked to the barbaric pursuit.
An Angus man who threw £550 worth of ecstasy out of a window after police arrived at his door with a drugs search warrant has narrowly avoided going to prison.
DVLA chiefs say they have mounted an inquiry into how a killer Tayside driver was issued with a new licence four years before his decade-long ban was due to end.
The branches of Brechin’s angel tree are once again heaving thanks to the festive generosity of locals.
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.
A prominent Angus GP at the centre of a professional tribunal deleted appointment slots as a “coping mechanism” after becoming weighed down by the pressure of extra duties.
Monifieth hopes of using a near-£1 million land cash windfall to save local recycling provision from the axe look to have been dashed.
Angus Provost Ronnie Proctor and Deputy Lieutenant Robina Addison represented the county as HMS Montrose was welcomed back to front-line service at a rededication service held at HM Naval Base Devonport.