Angus councillors have given the go-ahead for pavement tables and chairs outside a Monifieth pub restaurant.
Tayside primary pupils have received a Royal seal of approval for their involvement in a global initiative aimed at developing youth mental health awareness.
Glamis Prom organisers have released more tickets for this month’s open-air spectacular as the busy summer continues at Angus’s biggest tourist attraction.
Licensing chiefs have delivered a broadside to the new operator of a popular Angus café after branding their failure to turn up to an important meeting an “absolute disgrace”.
A young Mearns mum has been named as the victim of a weekend road tragedy which led to her 13-month-old daughter being airlifted to hospital.
Fresh fears for the future of one of the most important listed buildings in Angus have been raised amidst claims it remains marooned in a "perfect storm".
Highland Games fans are being given the unique opportunity to become have-a-go heroes in the grounds of historic Glamis Castle this weekend.
Angus Council's top officer has said the authority will not shy away from upholding complaints if shortcomings are found in the way the organisation operates.
Grace and pace are being lined up for a spectacular inaugural automotive journey through Angus.
A young firebug has escaped jail for the “crass immaturity” which led him to cause a five-figure blaze at derelict Strathmartine Hospital.