A national veterans’ charity set up by a former Marine from 45 Commando in Arbroath has made an urgent appeal for cyclists to take part in a major fund-raising event after a number dropped out.
A tongue in cheek jibe about a little-known singing duo from the 1970s has re-united the artist with what could be the only remaining copy of his album.
An Angus pupil is aiming to complete his own Tour de France this summer by taking on a 1,000-mile bike ride from Brittany to the French Riviera.
Scammers sent a taxi to take a Tayside pensioner to his bank in an attempt to steal a four figure sum of cash from him and his wife.
Angus Council has bowed to public pressure and taken steps to reduce some of the frustration experienced by motorists trying to pay for a parking ticket in its off-street car parks.
The family of Steven Donaldson have spoken of the incredible support they have had from complete strangers as they prepare to take part in an emotional motorbike runout in his memory.
A Turkish businessman who verbally assaulted three females and sexually assaulted two of them at an Angus restaurant was not aware he had done anything wrong due to his “heritage”, a court has heard.
The compassion and support of an Angus community is continuing to help survivors of devastating earthquakes thousands of miles away four years after the disaster.
The Scottish government has been urged to avoid an “existential threat” to Angus after another section of its sea defences collapsed.
The owner of an Angus caravan park where a pensioner perished in a horrific fire last year has been given 28 days to put the necessary paper-work in place for planning permission for his site.