The highlight of the international sheep dog trialling calendar has landed five-figure funding for a spectacle set to draw an expected 8,000 visitors to Angus later this year.
A Carnoustie teacher is setting up a charity to help children affected by the fall-out from the nuclear disaster Chernobyl after her pupils were moved by the hit TV drama.
‘Last resort’ frustration after sides prepare for Court of Session showdown over Forfar leisure centre
A prominent Angus businessman fighting to save Forfar’s former leisure centre said he regrets having to pursue the “last resort” legal action which will take him to a Court of Session showdown with council chiefs later this week.
A Tayside theatre group has taken a gas-guzzling £5,000 gamble to make its next production its best ever.
Lifesaving defibrillators are in place in two more rural Angus communities including a phone box cabinet conversion for the coronary care kit.
Angus Council has signalled its official opposition to a compulsory purchase bid for part of Carnoustie’s world famous links to route an underground power cable from a multi-billion pound offshore windfarm.
Another week, another new scam.
Angus Care and Repair’s chairman has spoken of his pride in the organisation’s service to the local community following its controversial closure after more than quarter of a century.
Coastguard chiefs have delivered a safety warning after posting a video of youngsters dicing with death in a fast-flowing Angus river.
An Angus farming family say they are “prisoners in their own home” after Travellers pitched up on a football field yards from their property.