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In a nation famed for its art treasures, the sheer beauty of the sculpture before me remains imprinted in my mind all these years on.
A Brechin man is in the running to be named the owner of the best games room in the country after transforming his loft into a shrine to Aberdeen Football Club.
A number of homes were broken into in Forfar on Friday night with watches and cash among the items stolen.
The conviction of a Tayside woman who bought farmed puppies in Ireland and then sold them in Angus and Dundee car park deals should serve as a warning about the danger on online pet purchases, an MSP has warned.
Councillor role demands full-time commitment and is not an “add-on” to daily life, says Angus leader
The casting vote of the Provost of Angus has set the status quo for the timing of meetings of the local authority.
More health facilities in Angus are under threat of closure as a major review of inpatient services is under way.
Less densely populated areas must be just as vigilant against terrorist attacks as anywhere else in Scotland, according to a Scottish Ambulance Service chief.
A local MP has urged parents in Forfar to check on their children's whereabouts amid a spate of recent disturbances caused by youths.
Angus church leaders face a six-figure bill to repair a crumbling 137-year-old building after plans to demolish it were knocked back by officials.
A man reported missing on Saturday night in the Arbroath Cliffs area has been found safe and well.