A historic Montrose hotel that has gone on the market at a knock-down price of £295,000 is attracting considerable interest -- giving rise to hopes that it could reopen its doors in the not too distant future.
Angus Riding for the Disabled received a significant boost from one of its volunteer helpers in a poignant weekend presentation.
A rare item relating to J. M. Barrie has been unearthed ahead of a sporting celebration of the Peter Pan creator.
The Sunday Defensive are Phil Gilbert and Jacob Edwards two bespectacled young Englishmen presenting their off-the-wall sketch show. They play a pair of geeky, oddball friends who decide to marry one another for financial gain.
It was a red letter day for disabled Almondbank toddler Jack McNaughton after a surprise donation of more than £1700.
A snapshot of life in 2010 is to be buried deep underneath Perth's North Inch for future generations.
A west Fife councillor believes a review concerning the state of the National Trust for Scotland could be "good news" for the historic village of Culross.
Angus Bafta-winning photographer and film-maker Professor Paul Harris has been appointed to a prestigious north-east arts post.
The theatre company which last year brought the first professional pantomime to Arbroath is considering taking legal action against Angus Council after its plans for a repeat performance this year were scuppered when a rival production company was hired and promptly appointed its leading man.
Just days after warning residents of Perth and Kinross over high-pressure sales calls from security companies, police have received inquiries about more bogus calls.