The Scottish Government has moved to allay fears Angus could lose out on funding to help tackle coastal erosion.
Shrubs planted to strengthen Broughty Ferry's eroding sand dunes have been destroyed by "mindless vandals".
Fears have been raised a child could lose their life following the collapse of part of the coastal defence system in Angus.
Lovers of Fife’s coasts have frowned upon people spotted "stealing" bags of sand from one of the region’s most beautiful beaches.
Work on coastal protection measures stretching several miles along the coast at Broughty Ferry could begin as early as next month.
This is the moment part of an Angus golf course turned into the world's biggest bunker during "biblical' weather conditions.
A wave of political posturing has engulfed the dredging licence row which it has been claimed could threaten the future prosperity of Montrose port.
Work to remove invasive species threatening a fragile Angus coastline is under way.
Erosion-threatened coastal towns and assets will be thrown a vital financial lifeline to combat the problem when the Crown Estate Bill becomes law.
Montrose beach will be part of a key focus of a new BBC Landward investigation into the country's vanishing coasts.