A tearaway teen has been warned by a sheriff he is “talking his way to jail” after telling social workers he will not do community work or wear an electronic tag.
Coastguard chiefs have delivered a safety warning after posting a video of youngsters dicing with death in a fast-flowing Angus river.
The legacy of Carnoustie’s history-making 2018 Open Championship is set to roll on in an innovative new community first for Angus.
Angus Council fury after £3m Tay Cities Arbroath project goes to Crieff, Kinross and St Andrews instead
The loss to Angus of a £3million Tay Cities cash windfall has provoked fury.
A young drink-driver who claimed her car was stolen from outside her front door before it was involved in a seaside crash has been put on a six-month electronic tag and banned from driving for a year.
A bid to retrieve £3million of Tay Cities cash for a zero-carbon Arbroath housing project has been thrown into further doubt by the announcement of next month’s snap general election.
The future of care homes in Forfar and Carnoustie is under review after health bosses officially removed the threat of closure from an Arbroath facility.
Young voices and E-panel input are to form part of a new strategy aimed at giving Angus Council tenants a more meaningful say in tackling issues and the authority’s decision-making process.
It’s a sure sign summer is on its way.
A speed limit cut call has been made after a weekend crash caused a four-hour closure of part of the Forfar bypass.