An 18th century shield from Arbroath Abbey and a painting of an Angus landmark have travelled to China to feature in a new exhibition about Scotland.
The 85th annual Arbroath and District Musical Festival saw children from across Tayside compete in its second day on Tuesday.
A Scottish author was so impressed with a fish supper he had in Arbroath he composed a poem in its honour.
A Carnoustie councillor has hit out at “morons” who vandalised a park by throwing bags of dog waste over play equipment.
Music has rung out from a mortuary chapel in Arbroath for the first time — against the wishes of its creator.
Improvements to Angus Council properties will cost more than £20 million over the next five years as it seeks to meet energy efficiency standards and reduce fuel poverty.
The manager of an Angus charity shop has urged people to continue making donations despite ‘for sale’ signs hanging over the door.
Angus councillors raised the amount of grant money community groups can apply for when they discussed moving to a crowdfunding model.
North East MSP Liam Kerr has written to health chiefs to clarify when the temporary relocation of an Angus mental health unit will come to an end.
A woman who recorded a drink-drive reading of more than four times the limit after a crash on Hogmanay has been warned that the court will consider all sentencing options.