A Kirriemuir man has dodged jail for the bust up which signalled the “death knell” of his four-year on/off relationship with his girlfriend.
Scottish Transport Extravaganza bosses are on track to record one of their best ever events after the final crowd figures are totted up for the two-day event in the grounds of Glamis Castle.
The annual celebration of Kirriemuir’s rock god son is shaping up to be the best and biggest yet after a high voltage response to the internationally-renowned event.
Plans are being drawn up to combat a multi-million pound flood risk to hundreds of Angus homes.
A group of senior Angus secondary pupils are about to head Stateside as the sole Scottish representatives in a major youth leadership summit involving delegates from more than 30 nations worldwide.
Angus Council has stepped back from the financial abyss, according to the authority’s finance figurehead.
An amputee Angus biker has hailed the “humbling” response to his life-changing accident after charity trekkers tackled a 60-kilometre weekend glens trek in support of causes close to his heart.
The future of care homes in Forfar and Carnoustie is under review after health bosses officially removed the threat of closure from an Arbroath facility.
An award-winning Angus family distillery had pledged support in perpetuity for the fight against Motor Neurone Disease as a legacy to their “humble and hard-working” father.
The race is on to hit a near £1 million funding target to buy the notebooks of eminent Angus scientist Sir Charles Lyell following an export bar to help keep them in the UK.