Carnoustie now has seven lifesaving public access defibrillators after the addition of two more as a popular local man's legacy.
As befitting its status as the Queen of the UK’s rivers, the annual ceremony heralding the beginning of a new season in pursuit of the King of Fish is a grand spectacle on the banks of the Tay.
A hero’s granddaughter made the poignant pilgrimage to Angus for a sombre seaside service in his honour ahead of the main Armistice Day commemorations.
Angus is to feel the spin-off benefit of a near £600,000 National Lottery windfall for the University of Worcester to support people and families living with dementia across the UK.
The summer heatwave may be a distant memory but the feelgood factor surrounding July’s record-breaking Open Championship at Carnoustie has continued for local organisations which have received a slice of a £40,000 charitable windfall.
Angus visitor figures broke through the million mark in a bumper 2017 which pumped more than £230 million into the local economy.
Angus tots have been caught in the political crossfire of a row over future funding for early years provision.
The proud new owner of an Arbroath-built fishing boat is hoping local figures can fill the blanks of the story surrounding his 61-year-old pride and joy.
A legendary motorsport challenge has set off from outside historic Paisley Abbey en route to Monte Carlo - with a large Courier Country contingent at its heart.
The body which oversees Angus health and social care has given its approval to a redesign of Tayside mental health provision which could sound the death knell for the Mulberry unit later this month.