Two former childhood friends whose interest in history was nurtured at an Angus secondary have embarked on a personal pilgrimage across Europe.
A rallying call has gone out to Arbroath residents to throw their weight behind efforts to tap into millions of pounds of Scottish Government money to improve the town’s infrastructure.
A controversial film about the battle between environmentalists and Scotland’s last traditional salmon net fishermen will have its UK premiere at the Glasgow Film Festival this weekend.
The 2019 season at a once-thriving Angus tourist attraction will be its “make or break” year.
Scammers sent a taxi to take a Tayside pensioner to his bank in an attempt to steal a four figure sum of cash from him and his wife.
A campaigning Angus man battling a progressive neurological condition has welcomed Scottish Government funding for a new development worker.
A golden era of Girl Guiding in Angus is being celebrated at a centre which opened 50 years ago.
Tailor-made food parcels discreetly delivered to those in need are putting the Carnoustie branch of the Royal British Legion at the heart of the community.
Abbey Craig is one of those remarkable young women who identifies a problem, deals with it head on and, above all, ensures her boundless love for life is passed on to all who know her.
Angus Council has finally agreed on the location for a pedestrian crossing on a busy Arbroath street – 12 years after calls were made for safety improvements.