A marker has been laid down by Angus Council's leader that the county will remain a tourist-tax free zone under his watch.
Warm-hearted Angus residents are being encouraged to deliver their generous annual response to a local gift appeal with its traditions rooted in the Cold War.
A Fife man has admitted stamping on a woman after lashing out in the crowd at a Jess Glynne gig in Angus.
An Angus neighbour row knifeman has been put on a six-month electronic tag after a dispute over a noisy dog hit its peak.
A fresh injection of volunteer support is needed to save Arbroath’s annual fireworks display.
One small step.
Angus mum, 25, guilty of £7k benefit fraud looks at sheriff ‘like a piece of dirt’ while chewing gum
A benefits cheat has been slammed by a sheriff for her failure to complete unpaid work imposed over a near-£7,500 swindle.
Controversial council parking charges have become part of the battleground in the Angus General Election campaign.
Angus firms have been challenged to grab an even greater slice of the council procurement pie after figures revealed the rural authority is one of the best in the country for keeping cash local.
A van man was caught watching a movie on his iPad while driving in bad weather on one of Tayside’s busiest routes.