A community-spirited business owner has stepped in at the 11th hour to save the tourist season for an Angus visitor attraction blocked by fly-tipped rubble.
An Angus man who assaulted his one-legged neighbour by knocking him to the ground and dislodging his prosthetic leg had his sentence deferred for good behaviour when he appeared at Forfar Sheriff Court.
Access to a tourist attraction bunker on the outskirts of Arbroath which saw extensive service during the Cold War has been put under threat by fly-tippers.
Fly-tippers using a trackside embankment in Angus as a rubbish dump have been told they could cause a rail tragedy.
“It’s a museum Jim, but not as we know it...”
Poignant thoughts of a figure who founded an organisation celebrating Scots/Kiwi links will be relayed from the opposite side of the world to a sombre weekend service honouring ANZAC servicemen and women.
A former fisherman from Arbroath has been reunited with his beloved boat for the first time in more than four decades.
A brain-injured Angus man was found to be five times the drink-drive limit after shocked witnesses saw him abandon his damaged sportscar in the centre of Arbroath.
A man accused of shaking a 10-month-old baby girl to the danger of her life in a Dundee flat has appeared in court to answer charges that he carried out a string of violent and abusive offences over several years.
Talks over the issue of dog walking in Angus cemeteries are to resume after opposition from responsible pet owners to any possible ban.