In retrospect, it would have been tough for anyone but the V&A Dundee crew to take the top spot in our Impact 100 list. In the planning for a decade, financed after a remarkable funding campaign, and now finally here to tremendous acclaim, Scotland’s first design museum is a once in a generation project.
A quirky family past-time started in the spring by a Montrose woman and her daughter has become a summer-sensation in Angus.
A ‘cowboy’ left his horse behind and walked 111 miles over six days to Arbroath to buy a pair of smokies.
A shelter at Arbroath’s Victoria Park has been seriously damaged by vandals for a third time in a matter of days, with the latest incident costing the taxpayer over £1000.
Montrose Air Station and Heritage Museum has unveiled expansion plans as it prepares to mark the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
The Angus Strathspey and Reel Society held it’s 51st Traditional Fiddle Festival on Saturday 10 November at St Andrews Parish Church, Kirriemuir.
A popular infant school teacher who spent her entire career teaching at a rural primary in Angus was treated to a surprise party attended by some of her former pupils.
A serial Angus OAP sex offender on the register until 2024 has admitted having extreme animal pornography on his computer.
Meet the Tayside great-gran who is still headbanging to hard rock heroes AC/DC as she turns 100.
The marine animal expert behind an autopsy on a 45ft sperm whale which washed up near Monifieth has given a full update on his findings so far.