A Carnoustie teacher is setting up a charity to help children affected by the fall-out from the nuclear disaster Chernobyl after her pupils were moved by the hit TV drama.
Paul Lawrie’s perspective on the life-changing hour and a half that made him an Open champion twenty years ago has mellowed with the years, but the memory of it remains fresh.
An Angus domestic offender who walked, uninvited into his ex-partner’s house after being released from prison to find her with a new man has landed back in court.
An Angus mum is warning parents about the dangers of hoverboards amid fears one of the devices exploded and set her house on fire.
Defending champion Francesco Molinari hopes to harness some of the energy of a Northern Irish crowd celebrating the return of the Open after 68 years in much the same way he did at the Ryder Cup.
Emergency services attended a fire in a property in Carnoustie on Thursday afternoon.
Barry Deick, 29, of Scotscraig Grove, Dundee was ordered to carry out 220 hours unpaid work and placed on supervision under a one-year CPO.
Booming online jewellery sales has led an Angus entrepreneur to go back to bricks and mortar with a new shop in Carnoustie.
A Tayside business owner is considering “packing up” after a brazen thief stole a week’s takings from his premises.
An Angus business owner is considering “packing up” after a brazen thief stole a week’s takings from his premises.