An Angus man is set to visit the Russian city of Volgograd after uncovering links between Dundee and the city during World War II, when it was known as Stalingrad.
They say that raising a family is one of the toughest yet most rewarding jobs you can do.
‘I’m quite disappointed in the school for not taking action sooner’: Father speaks out after teenage daughter assaulted by school bullies
The father of a girl whose life is being made a misery by bullies claims her school has failed her.
Police issue appeal after boy ‘repeatedly punched and kicked’ by trio outside Arbroath shopping centre
Police are appealing for information after an 11-year-old boy was allegedly knocked off his bike and assaulted by three boys outside the Abbeygate Shopping Centre in Arbroath.
An overwhelming majority of Tele readers believe that bullying in schools should be made a criminal offence according to an online poll.
Dog lovers are to make a splash on Saturday for a good cause.
Police Scotland are currently dealing with a crash on the High Street in Forfar.
A Tayside butcher has been crowned World Champion of the Scotch Pie Awards 2020.
Plans for a cinema in Montrose have taken a huge step forward after the group overseeing the project was awarded £350,000.
A psychologist has been summoned to appear before a medical tribunal over claims that she falsified parts of her CV.
‘He was always the life and soul of any party’: Fundraiser in memory of Arbroath man Bailey exceeds £10k target
A fundraiser set up in memory of Arbroath man Bailey Mearns, also known as Menmuir, has exceeded its £10k target.
Dedicated first aider George McLean MBE has been recognised for racking up more than 60 years service in an astonishing career.
A care home nurse who administered medicine to elderly residents in an "alarming" fashion has been banned from practising for four months.
Family and friends have thanked those involved in the search for a young Arbroath man whose body was found four days after he went missing.
A flood warning has been issued for Dundee and Angus, as Storm Brendan continues to batter parts of the country.
More than 8,000 people have signed a petition to make bullying a criminal offence after a video showing a girl being dragged by the hair at an Angus high school was widely circulated online.
Dramatic footage has been posted online of huge waves being blown across Arbroath Harbour during Storm Brendan.
A woman who claims she was bullied by her bosses at a Tayside veterinary clinic has won the right to take the case to a tribunal.
The family of a 21-year-old man whose body was found in Arbroath on January 10 have thanked the public for their "kind words" since the news emerged.
More than 8,000 people have signed a petition to make bullying a criminal offence after a video showing a girl being dragged by the hair at Carnoustie High School was widely circulated online.