A Tayside community “has been denied the opportunity” to properly commemorate those who died in World War One, a charity leader has said.
‘I felt sick and wanted it to end’: Courier reporter replicates intense 31C Japan Rugby World Cup conditions…in Dundee
A Tayside university has hit on strange way to attract new students – throw them into the same gruelling conditions Scotland’s rugby team will face in the World Cup.
Developers have tweaked their plans for a major Tayside retail park.
Plans to grow a multi-million pound business park next to the A90 are under threat after a study showed the site is at risk of serious flooding.
A nonagenarian community band leader has made a moving plea for someone to replace him after his beloved band was forced to cancel its annual concert for the first time.
Plans for a rock and roll memorabilia museum in Kirriemuir have moved a step closer after the project won more than £77,000 in new funding.
An Angus farmer has paid tribute to his long-serving collie dog as he prepares to host one of the UK’s biggest sheepdog competitions.
Refusing to sign over a village park to a group memorialising the First World War risks “degrading” those who died, politicians have been warned.
Almost 200 Forfar homes are at risk of regular serious flooding – some as often as once every two years.
A troubled Angus golf club once labelled the “Augusta of the North” could close before the start of next season.