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One man has died and another is in a serious condition following an incident in a Mearns town.
The cold snap has been playing “havoc” with Angus roads with huge potholes appearing.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney went back to school to see the positive impact parent power is having at Maisondieu Primary School in Brechin.
Angus campaigners have finally been given a glimmer of hope after years of trying to get a local bridge repaired.
An Angus motorcycle road racer is gearing up for a 4,000-mile mercy mission to deliver vital aid to Syrian refugees, 15 months after a life-changing humanitarian journey in the wheeltracks of a sporting legend.
Global poverty charity Oxfam has confirmed its last shop in Angus is to close.
Councillor warns “damaging negativity” could bunker Carnoustie’s reputation as Open host site in future
A town councillor has warned that “damaging negativity” over the R&A’s ‘no re-admissions’ policy could put Carnoustie’s staging of future championships at risk.
Transport chiefs say average speed cameras on the A90 between Dundee and Stonehaven have led to a dramatic u-turn in driver behaviour – with 99 out of every 100 motorists now sticking within the speed limit.
Well here it is, my time has come Won't be long I'll be moving on I can't complain, I've had my day Now I'll be on my way.
Staff at an Angus supermarket have been praised after saving a shopper from falling victim to a telephone scam.