An Angus mother campaigning for better awareness of the lethal dangers of food allergies has welcomed steps by the Scottish Government to introduce new food labelling legislation.
An Angus historian has taken a trip down memory lane to produce a second book exploring Forfar in years gone by.
An ambitious plan to install life-saving defibrillators in redundant telephone boxes will be launched in Angus today.
Angus Council has bowed to public pressure and taken steps to reduce some of the frustration experienced by motorists trying to pay for a parking ticket in its off-street car parks.
A year-long labour of love by a small team of coastal rowers will bring back a bit of history to the north east coast of Angus.
The Guide Dogs organisation has issued an urgent appeal for volunteers to come forward to board dogs before an open morning at its Forfar training centre.
Members of a Mearns congregation are feeling flush after five years of fundraising to provide their church with indoor toilets - for the first time since 1854.
An Angus caravan park where a pensioner perished in a horrific fire last year may be operating without planning permission.
Forfar now has its own quirky attraction to compete with Arbroath’s Keptie Kev statue.
A neighbourhood dispute over a communal parking space used by an Angus man “feeling flush” after a benefit payout cost him 160 hours of unpaid work.