A shirt presented to a rising football star by former Arbroath manager John McGlashan, will be auctioned to raise funds to boost research into motor neurone disease.
A pair of Arbroath councillors have issued a plea to the owners of a decaying mansion to "get round the table" and save the grade A-listed Elms "before it’s too late".
A leaked report has cast a dark shadow over the long-term future of Arbroath’s military base.
An appeal against a rejected application for 247 homes in Laurencekirk has been lodged with Scottish Ministers.
The parents of baby Neveah Stewart who died just three and a half hours after being born have spoken out for the first time since a Fatal Accident Inquiry into her death was concluded.
Small businesses who rely on tax breaks at North East shooting estates are in danger of being forced out of business by the SNP tax regime, a politician has claimed.
A Tayside dad’s plea for a national card to protect vulnerable autism sufferers is to be taken to the corridors of power.
The downturn in the oil and gas industry is opening up new directions for engineering apprentices at the Angus Training Group.
The MoD has admitted it will “closely monitor” the impact of Scottish Government tax changes which it has been claimed could penalise military personnel at bases north of the border, including Arbroath’s 45 Commando.
Virtual Reality apps could play a vital role in boosting Scottish tourism, local councillors have claimed.