Police are still hunting the instigator of an Angus “anthrax” threat as part of a national investigation.
Wildlife crime prosecutors have been asked to explain how “inadmissible” video evidence has stalled several recent prosecutions.
It was a symptom of Scotland’s pre-industrial recession, driving home the pitfalls of overseas trade and politics, and clearing the way to parliamentary union between two countries.
A mixture of history and adventure will be on offer to outdoors enthusiasts during the 15th annual Angus Glens Walking Festival.
A motorist who died in an Angus dual carriageway crash has been named locally as Aberdeen man Kieran Innes.
An Angus town will capture Scotland's imagination again this week as it prepares to launch its first art, food and literature festival.