Barry Deick, 29, of Scotscraig Grove, Dundee was ordered to carry out 220 hours unpaid work and placed on supervision under a one-year CPO.
A hard-hitting new report could sound the death knell for an £11 million Angus retail development.
A new map has highlighted the lengths to which women went to fight for the right to vote in the Mearns.
A new tune, a new tartan and a slice of the town’s most famous food are to be served up to the Earl of Forfar during his inaugural visit to the burgh on Monday.
Admirers of Angus sculptor William Lamb are facing down cuts and opening his studio and gallery unsupported for the first time this summer.
Royal Marines from 45 Commando in major fast response international military exercise in Baltic Sea region
Six hundred Royal Marines from 45 Commando in Arbroath are amongst 3000 personnel and 17 naval vessels from nine countries taking part in a major military exercise in the Baltic Sea region amid concerns over increased Russian activity.
Demands for the Scottish Government to call-in the North Esk Park planning approval have begun in the immediate aftermath of a controversial green light for the Travellers’ site on the Aberdeenshire/Angus border.
An Angus man has been placed on a three-month tagging order after admitting a so-called revenge porn offence against his former partner.
‘Justice and common sense has prevailed’: St Cyrus Travellers shed tears of joy as councillors back site
Travellers shed tears of joy as councillors dramatically voted to allow them to remain on their unauthorised St Cyrus site.
A golden era of Girl Guiding in Angus is being celebrated at a centre which opened 50 years ago.