An Angus historian and artist is looking for a place to display her recently-completed stone mosaic of Arbroath Abbey.
Sepa claim illegal Travellers’ site in St Cyrus contains ‘far more’ properties than set out in retrospective application
An illegal Travellers' site in St Cyrus contains "far more" properties than set out in a retrospective planning application, it has been claimed.
Police say a major blaze at a Brechin property is "linked" to another which took place on the same day.
The leader of Angus Council has joined neighbouring authority counterparts at the Tay Cities top table in a rejection of claims of an “apathetic” approach to the £700 million investment initiative.
HMRC has vowed there will be no let-up in the global search to bring Tayside’s most wanted man to justice, five years after he left the country.
Around one in five children in Angus are living in poverty, according to a hard-hitting new report.
‘Thank you all’ – Steven Donaldson’s mum praises people of Angus for messages of support after trial verdict
The mother of tragic Kirriemuir murder victim Steven Donaldson has described the support the family has received as “amazing”.
‘Noo next season’s a challenge, o’ that there’s nae doot’ – Poet pens tribute to Lichties championship success
At times the football on display this season at Gayfield has been poetry in motion.
The rescue of thousands of Jewish children from SS officers during the build-up to the start of the second world war and her grandfather's role in liberating a concentration camp have provided the inspiration for the first novel written by a former Angus high school pupil.
An Angus man who volunteers tirelessly for his local community has been chosen to take part in a walk across Scotland to highlight the work of the The Big Lunch project which tackles social isolation.