The response of an out-of-hours NHS helpline to calls of concern for an Angus four-year-old will be at the centre of a fatal accident inquiry into the youngster’s death.
Forfar drivers are facing months of diversions due to a major gas project that will affect one of the town’s busiest streets.
A bid to retrieve £3million of Tay Cities cash for a zero-carbon Arbroath housing project has been thrown into further doubt by the announcement of next month’s snap general election.
New-build nurseries in Tayside will be ready in time for a massive increase in early years provision when the rise in hours comes into force next year, local authorities have stated.
A man who spat on a staff member at a busy Arbroath bakery in a foul-mouthed rant over a Cornish pasty has been warned he could go to jail.
Northern Irish farmer falls fouls of Scots drink-drive limit at Angus international sheep dog trials
A leading light in international sheep dog circles has lost his licence over a drink-drive offence during a visit to a major Angus event after being caught out by Scotland’s lower alcohol limit.
A prolific Angus domestic abuser has avoided going to jail for breaking a non-harrassment order against his ex after prison records revealed she had repeatedly visited him behind bars.
Highland Games chiefs have said they will not be moving into a planned £1million Perthshire cultural centre after the "out of the blue" arrival of the Tay Cities project.
A Fife motorist has held on to his licence after a road rage incident along the busy A90 between Dundee and Forfar.