The Angus Glens are to be a target area in a winter trapping project focussed on building up the DNA profile of the Scottish wildcat population.
The Provost of Angus joined fellow veterans for a hearty breakfast to toast the success of a scheme that brings them together and boosts their sense of comradeship in civilian life.
Even through the mists of time, the fuzz of beery memory and the fog of a pre-smoking ban, smog-filled function room I remember it was a cracker of a night.
An Angus domestic abuser slammed by a sheriff for a worrying “pattern of behaviour” has avoided jail despite a New Year attack on his partner.
Ambitious proposals for an Arbroath gateway hotel and restaurant have risen from the ashes of the town’s former Seaforth Hotel.
Plans have resurfaced for a 60-house development on the edge of Forfar, prompting a plea to protect a historic path running through it.
Angus leisure chiefs have endured a big financial hit from angry customers who voted with their feet over membership charge changes.
Traffic calming measures blamed for hindering a Mearns village will be ripped up.
The body which oversees Angus health and social care has given its approval to a redesign of Tayside mental health provision which could sound the death knell for the Mulberry unit later this month.
Angus continues to be the sick man of Scotland with a prescribing crisis costing the area millions of pounds.