Community gardeners in Perth and East Haven have weeded out stiff competition to pick up top accolades in the Royal Horticultural Society’s annual Britain in Bloom awards.
Residents in East Haven have taken to the easel following a brazen theft which shocked the village.
"Lowlife" thieves have plundered three paintings from the wall of a public toilet in Angus which has been transformed into an art gallery.
An Angus village is representing Scotland in the coastal category of Britain in Bloom.
The fishing heritage of the Angus village of East Haven has been celebrated in a new three tonne wooden sculpture.
Acclaimed Kirriemuir sculptor Bruce Walker has taken possession of an enormous 30 tonne lump of granite to create a monument to pay tribute to the heroic actions of Airedale terriers during the First World War.
Work to remove invasive species threatening a fragile Angus coastline is under way.
A popular refreshment stop on the coastal route at East Haven is to be maintained by a community group after the retirement of organiser Morag Tindal.
Funds are in place for work to start carving a giant statue that pays tribute to the heroic actions of Airedale terriers during the First World War after a surprise £18,000 donation to the fundraising campaign.
Dog share stations have been developed in Angus as communities continue to fight the county’s litter scourge.