Young Angus Beaver Scouts have been hailed for their “uplifting” approach to breaking down the stigma surrounding mental health in a heartwarming presentation.
Hopefully, on a day not too far down the line, we will be able to look back to late 2018 and realise it was indeed a historic time for Angus.
A down-to-earth Mearns couple who landed a £58 million lottery jackpot have bought a penthouse flat in Dundee.
A car and a lorry have collided on the busiest road between Dundee and Aberdeen.
The search for a 74-year-old Angus man who was the subject of a missing person appeal by Police Scotland has been stood down.
A dad is warning others to beware after he was left “penniless” in a new “number spoofing” bank scam that saw him hand over thousands of pounds to fraudsters.
A teenage Angus tearaway has dodged detention for what a sheriff labelled an “appalling catalogue of behaviour” against police, staff at his former school and social workers tasked with helping him.
An illegal Angus inker has been fined under a near 30-year-old law for tattooing two under-age girls.
An Angus councillor has warned greater consideration should be given to which projects receive common good cash, fearing the “whittling” away of funds may lead to problems if urgent repairs are required on common good properties.
Hopes that a promised pre-Christmas investment and jobs bonanza that would see a retail unit on the Angus/Dundee border “ready to trade over the Christmas season” have been dashed, with one local councillor describing the situation as “extremely disappointing”.
An Angus politician has written to the UK government asking for regulations to be reviewed to stop the “distress” of bereaved families receiving marketing letters addressed to deceased loved ones.
Tayside and Fife is a diverse and special part of Scotland, but who are its most remarkable characters? Jack McKeown previews our annual Impact 100 list, which gives the lowdown on the area’s top movers and shakers.
Proposals that will see 27 catering-related jobs created in Angus due to a Tayside wide shake-up in the way school meals are prepared will go before councillors early next year.
A Forfar historian has lamented the lack of knowledge of local history or heritage among those responsible for naming new streets.
Red-tape confusion has led to the cancellation of an Angus town's planned Saturday afternoon Christmas lights switch-on.
A treasure trove of artwork by the late Barbara Robertson will go on public display this month before the collection is sold off for her two favourite charities.
Campaigners have turned the screw on Angus Council chiefs with a second parking charges petition which has already gathered nearly 1,000 signatures.
The story of a Montrose-built steam tug boat’s wartime adventures will be told to a new generation.
Rain-soaked skies cleared to allow Santa a clear run into The Cross for the switch-on of Forfar’s Christmas lights on Thursday night.
Angus affiliated warship HMS Montrose has threaded herself through the eye of the Panama Canal needle en route to the Pacific Ocean for the next phase of an international deployment.