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The arrival of the first cruise liner to Angus promises to leave major economic benefits in its wake.
Plans have been unveiled for a multi-million pound retail development which would transform the gateway to Arbroath and create hundreds of jobs.
‘We want dogs with character and pizazz to apply’: Tourism group sniffing out Angus Ambassadogs as canine champions
The hunt is on for canine champions to bark about the allure of Angus as area Ambassadogs.
An Angus first aid firm boss is facing jail after swindling almost £23,000 in disability benefit over almost four years.
A rural community project is preparing to branch out after receiving grant aid from the Scottish Land Fund.
Planning chiefs are on the trail of owners of an illegal “eyesore” dump which has sprung up in the centre of Forfar alongside one of the town's busiest roads.
An Arbroath museum has proved a summer mecca for families with ties to the famous Bell Rock lighthouse which sits off the coast of the Angus town.
A partygoer who flipped when he woke up from a drunken slumber to find himself the butt of slapstick humour has paid the price after he squandered a chance to prove he could behave.
A fire-starter who sparked a half-a-million pound blaze at Dundee docks is being sent back before the sheriff who originally dealt with the case so he can decide what action will be taken over the 25-year-old’s failure to comply with a court order.
Veterans’ Minister Graeme Day made a poignant visit to an Aberdeen yesterday as he reflected on his own family’s service in past conflicts.