A local firm of accountants has kicked off a year of fundraising for Maggie’s Dundee by hosting a bake sale.
Angus Council’s budget, drawn up to address an £18 million shortfall, paves the way for a 3% increase in council tax, the loss of up to 600 jobs in the next three years and the introduction of parking charges on October 1.
Police have issued an appeal after a man wearing a Rangers scarf across his face attempted to rob a local bookmakers.
Police have asked parents to keep an eye on their children's whereabouts after a number of reports of anti-social behaviour in a local town.
A motorist has been banned from the road and hit with a £1,000 fine after driving “like a mad man” at more than 110mph.
No further action will be taken by Angus Council in the wake of a tree-felling saga in Monikie.
Police Scotland is appealing to members of the public to be aware after recent telephone bank scams in Tayside. Residents in the region have been targeted with losses of in the region of £750,000.
Forecasters have warned of freezing conditions throughout the day after issuing a weather warning for almost 24 hours.
The R&A will not backtrack on its planned “no readmissions” policy for The Open at Carnoustie, but local clubs will be “on site” for the duration of the championship, chief executive Martin Slumbers has revealed.
A woman has been placed on a restriction of liberty order for four months from 7pm- 7am after she admitted breaching a community payback order.
Police are concerned for the safety of vulnerable missing person Declan Morrison, aged 15.
The boss of RBS needs to be “taken by the scruff of the neck” over a raft of closures that have “failed” Angus, it has been claimed.
Virtual reality apps could play a vital role in boosting Scottish tourism, local councillors have claimed.
The mum of a Tayside man who died suddenly while working with his “beloved” horses said she was happy he died doing something he loved.
A man has been rescued from the Dighty burn in Broughty Ferry.
Five people accused of threatening a man at gunpoint at a shopping complex have made a second appearance at Dundee Sheriff Court.
A woman was fined £110 after she admitted speeding in Dundee.
Would-be “fishmongers” have been conning people in rural Angus by selling their catches at inflated prices.
Proposals have been lodged with Angus Council for a 48-home development on the south side of Kirriemuir.
A Dundee takeaway is in the running to be named Scotland's best kebab house.