Angus firms have been challenged to grab an even greater slice of the council procurement pie after figures revealed the rural authority is one of the best in the country for keeping cash local.
A man has appeared in court charged with a string of sex offences, including raping three young girls and one male, and having sex with children.
A train traveller who forced the cancellation of a London-bound train at Dundee after a “f****** jobsworth b****” rant at a ticket collector has been ordered to pay his victim £1,000 compensation.
A Tayside woman has urged dog owners to keep their pets under control after witnessing the horrific sight of a swan being savaged on a busy local beach.
Bidding has opened on a treasure trove of signed sporting memorabilia donated to Frank’s Law campaigner Amanda Kopel in support of her fundraising effort for dementia research.
Health bosses have said “robust” contingency measures were put in place to combat a doctors’ shortage which affected out of hours cover across the area last weekend.
A woman is due to face trial next spring on charges of selling puppies without a licence at public car parks in Angus and Dundee.
The expansion of an Angus landfill site to take ash waste from Dundee’s DERL incinerator has been given the go-ahead in the face of opposition from two local community councils.
Angus and Fife experienced a rise in fire incidents last year as part of a response that saw crews across Scotland deal with more than 91,000 call outs.
The conviction of a Tayside woman who bought farmed puppies in Ireland and then sold them in Angus and Dundee car park deals should serve as a warning about the danger on online pet purchases, an MSP has warned.