A 21-year-old man has been banned from an Angus public library over charges of acting indecently while watching pornography on a computer there five times within a week.
A man has denied charges of driving dangerously in a police chase through the streets of Kirriemuir, while banned and without insurance.
Angus Council is to contact hundreds of people who have registered for parking permits to clarify the rules of the new system.
Montrose Port Authority has warned it must be able to continue dumping dredged material around Lunan Bay “if the port is to remain operational”.
A large convoy of vehicles arrived outside Angus Council's HQ on Thursday afternoon for an ear-splitting demonstration against controversial parking charges.
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A Mearns businesswoman let the train take the strain as she travelled to Birmingham to compete in an international cake competition.
An aspiring Kirriemuir actor is making his West End debut on the London stage in a production which is taking the theatre world by storm.
A pair of Tayside's finest wartime artists will be recognised in a national plaque scheme, it has been revealed.
Remedial work to restore the Fettercairn Arch and realign the road has been completed.
A search to reunite a Tayside violinist with the ‘most beautiful trophy' she ever won has taken a French twist.
An Angus man who admitted committing a “disgusting offence” by spitting on the face of a woman driver has been fined £300.
Disgruntled drivers and local businesses are to take their protest against the introduction of Angus car parking charges to the door of the local authority on Thursday.
Angus’s flying dog has leapt into the hearts of the nation’s pet lovers by topping the public vote in a nationwide photographic competition.
Young Angus darts protege Nathan Girvan is following in the footsteps of some of the sports greatest-ever players.
The introduction of a no-smoking policy at an Angus children’s home has been highlighted as a major success in the continuing transformation of the once-troubled facility.
A County Remembers is to be the theme of a First World War commemorative event to be held on the eve of Armistice in Angus.
A pack of Scots rugby stars have thrown their weight behind the work of an Angus community rugby trust by agreeing to become ambassadors in the effort to drive the body forward.
Fireworks lit up the sky above Tayside and Fife as the region celebrated bonfire night on Monday. Thousands of locals flocked to displays in Dundee, Perth and Burntisland. Photos by Steven Brown, Gareth Jennings, Paul Reid and Kenny Smith. For more, click here.
Fireworks and flames lit up the night sky above Tayside and Fife as the region celebrated Guy Fawkes Night.