Glenisla Games enjoyed a real international flavour international feel, with competitors and spectators from New Zealand, Hong Kong, Canada and across Europe among a crowd of more than 400 at Forter Haugh.
Health chiefs have given an Angus MSP a personal assurance Stracathro Hospital is under no threat of closure after the decision to shut the Mulberry adult mental health unit.
Arbroath music festival’s continuing future success hangs on the prospect of fresh faces stepping up to take on key roles in the organisation of the 85-year-old event.
Police are hunting a man and woman after a teenager's jaw was broken in an unprovoked railway station assault.
A terrified Angus mum was forced to dial 999 after her son threatened her when she refused to give him £10, a court has heard.
Kirriemuir Rotary Club has embarked on another ambitious six-figure project in its continuing support for earthquake-ravaged Nepalese communities.
Carnoustie Country is preparing to bid farewell to the World Hickory Open.
A community rallying call has gone out in the hope of securing a positive future for historic Glen Prosen Church and its nearby hall.
Local planning chiefs are to seek a meeting with senior prosecutors in a bid to learn lessons from a failed planning enforcement case which was thrown out by the courts.
Gardeners rose to the challenge of producing a top quality Forfar Horticultural Society show for visitors to enjoy at the town’s Reid Hall.