One of the busiest roads in Angus has been closed after heavy rainfall caused it to flood.
A man who spat on a staff member at a busy Arbroath bakery in a foul-mouthed rant over a Cornish pasty has been warned he could go to jail.
Northern Irish farmer falls fouls of Scots drink-drive limit at Angus international sheep dog trials
A leading light in international sheep dog circles has lost his licence over a drink-drive offence during a visit to a major Angus event after being caught out by Scotland’s lower alcohol limit.
Wizardly Weimeraners and sorcererly Salukis cast a spell over Montrose on Sunday as the UK’s first ‘Dogwarts’ rolled into town.
A prolific Angus domestic abuser has avoided going to jail for breaking a non-harrassment order against his ex after prison records revealed she had repeatedly visited him behind bars.
The Montrose plant of pharmaceutical giant GSK is to be hit by industrial action later this month as part of a long-standing pay dispute.
Walcheren Landings 75th anniversary: Monifieth Second World War veteran, 94, recalls horror of being trapped on beaches in water-filled tank
Michael Alexander meets Monifieth Second World War veteran Ron Bruce who was in the midst of the “forgotten” Walcheren Landings during the Second World War 75 years ago this week.
Lack of disabled taxis in Angus will prompt motion to seek government funding to reverse ‘appalling’ situation
Ministers will be asked to unlock funds to reverse the “appalling” lack of accessible taxis in Angus.
VIDEO: Fife daredevil captures rarely-seen footage inside Arbroath Cliffs’ labyrinth of hidden sea caves
Sinister sounds, murky waters, meetings with sea creatures, ancient graffiti and unearthly cavern walls; the hidden world of the Angus coastline has become a fascination for one seaside explorer.
Highland Games chiefs have said they will not be moving into a planned £1million Perthshire cultural centre after the "out of the blue" arrival of the Tay Cities project.