Angus Council is to take Scotrail to task over late trains which have left local stations near the bottom of Scotland's punctuality league.
Angus domestic abuser who said he’d rather go to jail than do unpaid work told sentencing ‘not a negotiation’
An Angus domestic abuser has been put on an electronic tag after being told by a sheriff that court sentencing “isn’t a negotiation”.
A divide over Arbroath active travel proposals to transform the town-splitting A92 dual carriageway has seen a bid to halt the multi-million pound scheme blocked.
Arbroath FC added praise for their off-the-pitch environmental efforts to another point bagged in the club’s on-the-park Championship campaign on a wet winter weekend at Gayfield.
Paramedics had to deliver a double dose of a lifesaving overdose drug to a drive-through motorist found slumped over the wheel in the car park of a Tayside McDonalds restaurant.
A DJ’s festive plans have been spiked by a sheriff who put him on an electronic tag following a bizarre revenge threat over the egging of his van.
Former Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said she would take a “never say never again” position on re-entering politics once she steps down in May 2021.
A man who blamed his child victim after he subjected her to prolonged sexual abuse was jailed for five years and three months yesterday.
Road bosses have refused to say how much income has been brought in from Angus parking charges, saying it is in the "public interest" to keep them secret.
Montrose has pitched in with a new golfing memories group in a boost to the town’s contribution to Scotland’s world-leading role in reminiscence therapy.