Drivers have racked up more than 2,000 speeding offences in a three-month period on the A90, latest figures have revealed.
A welcome for new speed restrictions coming into force for local villages has been accompanied by a call for tougher enforcement when the limits drop.
An Angus spirit maker has doubled its staff as it starts to export to Europe for the first time.
Residents of Monifieth and Carnoustie are benefitting from later opening hours at their local recycling centres until the end of September.
A leading figure in the battle to save Stracathro Hospital fears a closure fight is looming large again.
Dundee police chief connects long lost family members in bid to owner officers who fell in First World War
A Dundee police officer has managed to connect members of the same family living on opposite sides of the globe while researching the First World War.
Members of the public are being urged to clean out their wardrobes and donate previously loved or unworn clothes to Barnardo’s shops in Arbroath and Montrose.
Two 15-year-old boys were arrested after being caught in the middle of an alleged break-in at a house in Monifieth.
Heritage attractions across Angus and Dundee are celebrating a surge in footfall.
Fundraisers are being asked to don their kilts and walk in support of good causes this summer.
A man has appeared in court accused of shaking a 10-month-old baby to the danger of her life.
NHS Tayside is to start printing the day appointments are scheduled for in letters to patients, in a bid to make them easier to understand.
A man with an “atrocious” record has been banned from driving.
NHS Tayside has promised it will repay more than £2.7 million worth of donations used to plug a deficit in its core budget.
Retailers have joined the campaign against parking charges in Angus and called for a council rethink on the proposed 15-minute period of grace.
Motorists are facing delays after a crash on the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee road.
An MSP has called on the new NHS Tayside management team to ensure £2.7 million taken from charity funds is paid back.
Councillors will be asked to give the green light to new speed restrictions in Angus in response to community concerns.
A nurse has been suspended after he failed to manage methadone handouts for patients recovering from drug addiction, one of whom later died.
A group representing local businesses across Dundee and Angus has succeeded in its efforts to gain a prestigious industry recognised accreditation.