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Dundee’s troubled direct air link to Amsterdam is being grounded by Flybe after just seven months.
Angus Independent councillor Bob Spink has decided to stand down from the authority for health reasons.
A pair of 12-year-old boys have been charged over the inferno which ravaged Forfar’s former Wellbrae primary school at the weekend.
A remarkable tie between the Black Watch and the White House has come to end with the passing of the last surviving regimental piper to have played in the 1963 funeral procession of former president John F Kennedy.
The most notorious part of the 60-odd miles between Dundee to Aberdeen – the Laurencekirk junction – has, of course, been subject to a 50mph limit for more than a decade.
Angus Council’s divorce from an £800,000 partnership with a firm of accountancy consultants has been sealed – but questions remain over how and when the decree nisi was signed.
The soaraway success of a new Angus automotive event has landed a massive boost for Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance.
Fears are growing that cats are being deliberately targeted in Montrose after what is thought to have been a chemical attack on a family pet.
Arbroath’s number one holidaymaker has packed her suitcase and said a fond farewell to the town — already looking forward to August when she will return for her 66th seaside stay.