An Angus woman has escaped jail over falsely claiming more than £21,000 in benefits from Angus Council and the Department for Work and Pensions.
Police have advised rural properties to secure belongings after a quad bike and gardening tools were stolen.
A Mearns maritime tragedy that saw a lifeboat crew battle to save Norwegian sailors will be remembered this week.
Angus Council is pressing ahead on a formal consultation over a shared campus for two Arbroath primary schools.
The residents of an Angus town are feeling run down over changes to bus services.
Many Angus primary school pupils are falling behind when it comes to numeracy and reading and writing, councillors have been told.
Unseen memorabilia associated with a late Angus rock icon has gone on display.
Angus Council will ask Scotland’s veterans’ minister to consider legislation against so-called “Walter Mitty” characters and bogus charities diverting cash from genuine causes.
An Angus wildlife scheme aimed at preserving wildcat numbers by catching “feral” animals has only trapped nine felines at the cost of £20,000.
A treasure trove of prehistoric artefacts has been discovered during foundation work on a community football ground in Tayside.