A banned Angus motorist who crashed his van on Christmas Day was picked up for drink driving by Dundee police a fortnight later, a court heard.
An Angus town’s status as the birthplace of Scotland’s first dictionary of its own language has been reaffirmed.
A court case between a respected academic and an Angus tennis club heard claims its floodlights shone “three times brighter” than Glasgow city centre on his property.
An Angus Council welfare rights advocate was “devastated” to lose his licence over a drink-driving charge, a court heard.
Heritage fans have been given their first look at an Angus memorial set for the grounds of a historic castle this summer.
An Angus mother has hailed an “amazing leap of faith” by researchers which could bring a cure for her son’s rare condition one step closer.
More than 30 Tayside and Fife council workers earned more than £100,000 last year, according to a “rich list” of top local authority earners.
The funeral has taken place of former DC Thomson engineer and Carnoustie Panbride Church elder Sydney Robb, who died aged 84.
Residents of an Angus street plagued by “boy racers” and near misses have taken traffic calming into their own hands.
An Angus rugby club which won back-to-back promotions is “walking a tightrope” for its very survival unless players come forward for a crunch match on Saturday.