A plea has gone out for more members to come forward to safeguard the future of a Tayside charity which helps deaf youngsters.
Hundreds of families have been helped with the cost of school uniforms thanks to a community project run by an Angus church.
The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page, said Saint Augustine.
A Forfar family who lost their teenage daughter to cancer is ensuring the fundraising legacy of the popular 'Laura’s Fun Day' will continue.
Independent Scots shopkeepers are being encouraged to stop selling energy drinks to children as momentum in support of stricter controls on the caffeine-packed products gathers pace.
Progress on the transformation of the former Forfar Academy building has been further delayed.
An artist has gone to the dark side for inspiration for his latest snow man.
Schools across Tayside and Fife were forced to send home pupils after being hit by a series of heating failures on Monday morning.
Tougher legislation on the sale of energy drinks to children has been demanded over fears retailers are adopting a strong enough position over the potential risks the high-caffeine products pose.
The £39 million Forfar Community Campus has been hailed as an “outstanding building” after being selected for recognition by disabled access campaigners.