Lifeboats had to rescue a yacht off the coast of East Haven this evening after the vessel suffered an engine failure.
Workers spent 127 hours removing a staggering 363 bags of litter from an arterial route in Angus.
Hundreds of attacks on ambulance service staff in Tayside and Fife have been branded “utterly inexcusable”.
Councillors have given the green light for an electricity storage plant on the edge of Arbroath after overturning an official refusal for the policy-breaching proposal.
A man slammed for being “lost to all human decency” for running a Tayside shop as a front for selling so called “legal highs” has succeeded in a legal bid to have his prison sentence cut.
The highlight of the international sheep dog trialling calendar has landed five-figure funding for a spectacle set to draw an expected 8,000 visitors to Angus later this year.
A Carnoustie teacher is setting up a charity to help children affected by the fall-out from the nuclear disaster Chernobyl after her pupils were moved by the hit TV drama.
‘Last resort’ frustration after sides prepare for Court of Session showdown over Forfar leisure centre
A prominent Angus businessman fighting to save Forfar’s former leisure centre said he regrets having to pursue the “last resort” legal action which will take him to a Court of Session showdown with council chiefs later this week.
A Tayside theatre group has taken a gas-guzzling £5,000 gamble to make its next production its best ever.
Lifesaving defibrillators are in place in two more rural Angus communities including a phone box cabinet conversion for the coronary care kit.