A Tayside woman suspected of selling illicit puppies was told she would avoid court if she helped expose the cruel practice, her trial heard.
The trial of a Tayside woman accused of selling puppies without a licence yesterday heard 65-year-old legislation may not cover online sales.
The decision to clear out a controversial Mearns Traveller site has been criticised as “disappointing for all” by a human rights group.
An Angus politician has slammed the spiralling need for foodbanks in the county.
An Angus community group will offer the county’s first “free food fridge” when it opens in October.
A council leader has promised to handle the impending eviction of a St Cyrus Travelling community as a "sensitive situation”.
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.
A plea has been made to Angus councillors over the future of a closure-threatened recycling centre.
Moves to open a Scottish museum to the Cutty Sark tea clipper were strengthened by a fundraising cycle ride on Monday.
One of Scotland’s top young chefs will bring his signature style to two new ventures in Angus and Fife this year.