An exciting and rare new business opportunity is being offered ahead of the Open Championship being staged next year at Carnoustie.
A Dutch-born artist is celebrating the workplaces of North-East Scotland with a solo exhibition at The Meffan Museum and Art Gallery in Forfar.
Three Angus folk musicians are launching a 10-track CD of original songs about Arbroath.
Fans of traditional entertainment can look forward to a ‘Scottish Bonanza’.
Glaswegian Country Music sensation Lisa McHugh will be returning to her native Scotland after her successful exploits in Ireland.
Rod Clements and Ian Thomson who are both members of the current line-up of the legendary North East of England band, Lindisfarne will play the first concert of the new season at Montrose Folk Club in the Links Hotel, Mid Links, Montrose on Thursday January 26.
In the third of our five-part series looking at the changing face of Courier Country High Streets, Michael Alexander visits the Angus town of Montrose.
The Angus town of Brechin has Scotland’s highest vacant shop rate with a quarter of retail spaces empty – up from 22.3% last year.
Angus Heritage Week gets off to a strong start with the chance to meet acclaimed Glasgow-based ceramic artist James Rigler.
Junkies, low lives, scum bags…there are many disparaging ways that society can view heroin addicts. But in Arbroath, the Church of Scotland-backed Havilah project, celebrating its 10th anniversary on Thursday August 25, is refusing to be judgemental, discovers Michael Alexander on a visit.