Dundee man Scott Stevenson is used to close shaves in his day-to-day work as a hairdresser.
An Angus grandfather found in possession of a large haul of indecent images of children has been given a probation order.
Home grown Angus students are sharing their enjoyment of Scotland with international colleagues.
By sea and by land, the WAGs (wives and girlfriends) of the Royal Marines have taken some saucy snaps for a charity calendar.
A battle to beat adversity left one Angus student battered and bruised when she returned to class after major facial surgery.
An Arbroath film company is asking for the public’s help in raising funds for a zombie movie.
Hot on the heels of this week’s Dunhill Cup, Carnoustie is preparing for another high-profile golf event.
Emergency services rushed to the scene of a two-vehicle road accident in Angus this afternoon.
A severe weather warning was issued today, as heavy rain fell on Tayside and strong winds battered the area.
A school bus operator has been fired by Angus Council after refusing to pick up youngsters at “killer bends” on the road between Montrose and Brechin.
Romeo spiders in search of love are spinning a web of fear in Tayside.
An offshore worker from Tayside is suing his former employer for 150,000 after he was hit by a metal hook at work.
The identity of a man found by police in Montrose is still unknown, despite a positive response by the public.
An offshore worker from Tayside is suing his former employer for £150,000 after he was hit by a metal hook at work.
A sheep rustler threatened to shoot horses before pursuing a farmer’s Land Rover across a field in a high speed and ramming it during a wild west-style chase.
Children in care across Angus are doing better at school, but there is still work to be done to level the playing field.
The axe has fallen on Brechin’s Pictavia visitor centre amid claims the attraction was doomed to failure from the start.
Young people at an Angus care home were involved in the use of legal highs, according to a new report.
Voluntary groups from across Angus are working together in collaboration with Angus Community Health Partnership to support those living with long-term conditions.
The ‘for sale’ sign has gone up on Forfar council offices at the heart of a town centre bidding war.