Angus primary school pupils are leading an effort to protect Scotland’s smallest butterfly as part of a nationwide conservation project set for launch.
German supermarket Aldi has reported that construction of its Montrose store should commence by December.
A train of spectacular vintage vehicles weaved its way through Courier Country at the weekend during the Flying Scotsman rally’s glorious passage across some of the area’s most scenic roads.
A quiet corner of an Angus cemetery will be the sombre setting for remembrance of the darkest day in New Zealand’s military history this weekend.
Police have said domestic abuse victims should not suffer in silence after the jailing of an Angus man for offences committed more than 40 years ago.
A bagpipe tune composed to mark a special milestone for Scotland’s Highland Games’ governing body has been given its first airing ahead of the fast-approaching start of the new season.
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”.