Montrose’s oldest bakery is to shut its doors this weekend with another bakery moving into its location.
Plans are powering ahead to transform a run-down block of Angus flats into state-of-the-art affordable housing units.
Gail Smith has been appointed interim lead officer for Angus Community Health Partnership (CHP).
An Angus care worker has been struck off after force-feeding a dementia sufferer.
Figures revealing up to 2,000% increases in stop-and-search procedures by police in Angus have been labelled a “concern”.
Tele territory enjoyed scorching temperatures yesterday reaching the mid-20s.
A Tayside woman was left heartbroken after flying across the globe to be with her sick dad in Arbroath only to learn her that husband had been killed 10,000 miles away.
Brechin Castle Garden Centre has been voted Top of the Pots in the Garden Centre Greatest Awards 2014.
This year’s Cortachy Highland Games and Flower Show will take place in the grounds of Cortachy Castle on August 17.
A celebration of the sea dog Bamse, a mascot of the Norwegian Navy during the Second World War, has taken place in Montrose.
A man was rushed to hospital after being assaulted in a Tayside street. Police were called to Kirkton Place in Forfar last night. A Scottish Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: “We were called to Kirkton Place in Forfar at 8.19pm, as a male had been assaulted. He was taken to Ninewells Hospital.” More to follow…
Celtic rock band Gleadhraich and Stonehaven singer-songwriter Colin Clyne will support Donnie Munro in Montrose next year.
An NHS Tayside consultant psychiatrist has completed the gruelling challenge of a 69-mile ultramarathon to enhance the ward environment for patients at an Angus hospital.
Developers have given Angus locals a sneak preview of what the county’s new marquee cinema will look like.
Residents have been left fuming following a fresh spate of vandalism at an Angus landmark.
Residents in Angus have branded the armed protection for Commonwealth Games skeet shooters staying in Carnoustie “total overkill”.
“Yet another step” has been taken in modernising the Angus school estate, following approval of the 10.6 million Timmergreens and Warddykes builds in Arbroath.
A young Forfar woman whose life has been changed by the plight of African orphans has embarked on a personal crusade to support them long-term.
Angus residents who fought off a mobile phone mast near their homes 10 years ago have failed in their bid to stave off broadband improvements.
A Tayside mum has told how her family has been playing a “waiting game” since her son contracted leukaemia nearly five years ago.