A historic Angus church is paving the way forward for an exciting future by preserving its history for generations.
Angus councillors, with a few exceptions, have put their money where their mouth is when it comes to paying for parking.
A rookie powerlifter will carry the nation’s weight on her shoulders next week when she competes at the World Powerlifting Championships in Slovakia.
Under-threat Angus furniture recycling charity saved from closure sees council referrals almost double
The scale of poverty affecting families in Angus has been highlighted by a once under-threat charity which has turned its fortunes around in the last two years.
A maritime mystery played out in the North Sea after a cargo vessel destined for Scotland with engine problems fell foul of the Swedish Transport Agency.
A neighbourhood dispute over a communal parking space used by an Angus man “feeling flush” after a benefit payout cost him 160 hours of unpaid work.
A sheriff has slammed a 21-year-old motor mechanic clocked driving dangerously at speeds of up to 120 miles per hour on the busy A92 Dundee to Arbroath dual carriageway, branding him a “serious risk” to other road users.
An Tayside dancer’s personal take on life as a 25-year-old Scottish woman is to feature prominently at a major north-east contemporary dance festival.
An Angus historian has taken a trip down memory lane to produce a second book exploring Forfar in years gone by.
A disabled council tenant fears spending another winter in debt after waiting more than two years for gas central heating due to a problem with a contractor.