The final resting place of wartime canine hero Bamse in Montrose has been disturbed by violent storms.
A 42-year-old man is to appear at Forfar Sheriff Court today in connection with reports that a GP was stabbed in the hand at a Montrose health centre.
The roar of big cats on the prowl reverberated through Courier country as a convoy of spectacular Jaguar E-types passed on a round-Britain fundraising journey.
Hopes of a U-turn on off-street parking charges were dashed as councillors agreed the rates that will come into come into force across Angus within weeks.
A doctor was reportedly stabbed in the hand at an Angus medical practice.
A collection of historic Japanese swords, built up over a period of 40 years, has attracted strong interest from across the UK before their sale at an Angus auction.
Montrose tried and failed to dance its way into the record books at the weekend.
The heroism and sacrifice of the Merchant Navy was recognised as the Red Ensign was unfurled at Arbroath’s Signal Tower museum by a WWII hero who survived for 19 days in an open lifeboat after his ship was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine.
Angus councillor Bill Duff has reinforced his position on the future of the crisis-hit William Lamb studio, saying a place for the famous works within Angus museums would take them to a wider audience.
Turnover at metal recycling and decommissioning firm John Lawrie Group soared by 50% last year as the company underwent a management buy-out.