The “forgotten burgh” of Angus has taken a huge step towards realising a ten-year dream with permission granted for a community hub aimed at transforming the fortunes of Monifieth.
Carnoustie citizens honoured for their commitment to different aspects of town life have received British Empire Medals.
An Angus pensioner has been placed on a four-month electronic tag and supervision for a year over an indecent child image offence.
Arbroath’s Webster Theatre witnessed the end of an era at the weekend as the curtain came down on the final Angus Minstrels show in a story stretching almost six decades.
A head-stamping teen has avoided going behind bars for a street attack on a 15-year-old.
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a shamanic yacht thief over his alleged failure to complete a court punishment for stealing the £15,000 pleasure craft from an Angus harbour.
A bid to retrieve £3million of Tay Cities cash for a zero-carbon Arbroath housing project has been thrown into further doubt by the announcement of next month’s snap general election.
New-build nurseries in Tayside will be ready in time for a massive increase in early years provision when the rise in hours comes into force next year, local authorities have stated.
A man who spat on a staff member at a busy Arbroath bakery in a foul-mouthed rant over a Cornish pasty has been warned he could go to jail.
Northern Irish farmer falls fouls of Scots drink-drive limit at Angus international sheep dog trials
A leading light in international sheep dog circles has lost his licence over a drink-drive offence during a visit to a major Angus event after being caught out by Scotland’s lower alcohol limit.