The decision to clear out a controversial Mearns Traveller site has been criticised as “disappointing for all” by a human rights group.
An Angus community group will offer the county’s first “free food fridge” when it opens in October.
A shepherd has lost her latest court battle against a windfarm on the Angus and Perthshire border, despite her concerns about “highly protected” local wildlife.
An Angus politician has slammed the spiralling need for foodbanks in the county.
A council leader has promised to handle the impending eviction of a St Cyrus Travelling community as a "sensitive situation”.
A plea has been made to Angus councillors over the future of a closure-threatened recycling centre.
Police have advised rural properties to secure belongings after a quad bike and gardening tools were stolen.
A 15th century gold ring unearthed in an Angus treasure trove has come back home.
The Scottish Conservatives have identified the traditional SNP seat of Angus as a key battleground in next week’s UK Government elections.
Moves to open a Scottish museum to the Cutty Sark tea clipper were strengthened by a fundraising cycle ride on Monday.