A multi-million-pound food culture hub to put Angus “on the map” of Scottish tourism has emerged as a surprise ingredient of the Tay Cities Deal.
Council offices in the centre of Forfar have finally been vacated, more than four years after being at the centre of a controversial Wetherspoons ‘superpub’ plan.
Angus Council chiefs may go to auction in a bid to rescue Brechin’s former Flicks nightclub for affordable housing.
A Perthshire hen harrier is among four of the satellite-tagged raptors which the RSPB say have gone missing in suspicious circumstances in just ten weeks.
A new and potentially vital attraction was added to the latest Montrose Farmers’ Market when visitors were given the chance to learn how to save a life.
Hopefully, on a day not too far down the line, we will be able to look back to late 2018 and realise it was indeed a historic time for Angus.
A Carnoustie man who smashed a glass on the head of a German tourist before carrying out a brutal assault on an English golf fan in the lead up to July’s summer’s Open Championship has avoided jail.
Carnoustie now has seven lifesaving public access defibrillators after the addition of two more as a popular local man's legacy.
A serial Angus OAP sex offender on the register until 2024 has admitted having extreme animal pornography on his computer.
A caravan full of junk was dumped in an ancient graveyard as Angus glens visitors have left unwelcome marks on the area.