Parents and carers whose poor driving is risking the lives of children during the school run could be invited back to the classroom to learn about road safety.
Angus Council refuse workers started the first of a series of two-day strikes in protest against changes to their shift patterns which will see them emptying bins up to 10pm.
A historic stained glass panel destined for a skip has avoided going under the auctioneer’s hammer and has been donated to an Angus church.
Positive policing is paying dividends in Angus, according to a new report.
A serving Royal Marine whose Christmas day festivities with family members turned into a “melee” at an Angus nightclub has been fined £335 after he admitted assaulting two men.
A prominent Angus trader has laid the blame for the closure of a Kirriemuir cafe firmly at the door of Angus Council.
A Forfar businessman is threatening court action to block the demolition of the town’s former Lochside leisure centre after his five-figure bid for the building was knocked back.
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.
An Angus man who downed a bottle of spirits after taking a cocktail of medication brandished a knife at his partner in front of children during a Christmas night drunken rampage.
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.