Barefoot runner Anna McNuff pounded the Angus coastline with her “panther paws” to show girls “their gender is not a barrier for adventure”.
Temporary toilets at one of the most popular seaside play areas in Angus have been slammed as “disgusting” as the busy summer season gets into full swing.
The Scottish government has been urged to avoid an “existential threat” to Angus after another section of its sea defences collapsed.
A court has heard how an Angus domestic abuser responded to a slap from his partner by punching the woman in the face and telling her: “How did you like it?”
Its thunderous cacophony could have been the sound of a jet engine skimming the mouth of the River North Esk, but was infact the booming voice of Mother Nature.
ScotRail bosses have admitted “shooting themselves in the foot” over timetable changes and cancellation problems which have left north-east communities furious.
Admirers of Angus sculptor William Lamb are facing down cuts and opening his studio and gallery unsupported for the first time this summer.
Tayside's first outdoor water bottle filling station could be placed in Montrose.
Passenger improvements at the 136-year-old Montrose train station have been made a “priority”.
A dangerous driver who crashed into a Coastguard vehicle responding to an emergency Angus callout is facing an electronic tag.