A new group hoping to maximise the potential of the “pooch pound” by making Dundee and Angus more dog friendly are delighted their first magical event is a sell-out.
Members of a Mearns congregation are feeling flush after five years of fundraising to provide their church with indoor toilets - for the first time since 1854.
The Scottish Football Association is poised to take drastic measures to protect the next generation of players by banning children under 12 from heading the ball in games.
An enterprising Angus couple are all set to stage a weekend of Halloween fun for all the family with plenty of pumpkins ripe for the picking.
A historic Angus church is paving the way forward for an exciting future by preserving its history for generations.
Angus councillors, with a few exceptions, have put their money where their mouth is when it comes to paying for parking.
A rookie powerlifter will carry the nation’s weight on her shoulders next week when she competes at the World Powerlifting Championships in Slovakia.
Under-threat Angus furniture recycling charity saved from closure sees council referrals almost double
The scale of poverty affecting families in Angus has been highlighted by a once under-threat charity which has turned its fortunes around in the last two years.
A maritime mystery played out in the North Sea after a cargo vessel destined for Scotland with engine problems fell foul of the Swedish Transport Agency.
A neighbourhood dispute over a communal parking space used by an Angus man “feeling flush” after a benefit payout cost him 160 hours of unpaid work.