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A 23-year-old man contacted his former partner despite a court order banning him from doing so.
Three people are to stand trial accused of setting an Angus man on fire and murdering him at a nature reserve.
Train customers were left stranded after a derailed train caused major disruption which is expected to cause a third day of travel headaches.
A brother and sister have said they will remember their mum as a “brave, beautiful and happy lady” following her sudden death from cancer.
Children's charities have hit after a man found with more than 20,000 vile child abuse images was handed a community-based sentence.
A heartbroken dad has slammed the “callous” thieves who he believes have struck for a second time and stolen a memorial for his baby son.
A multi-million-pound retail park’s impact on Arbroath town centre is key to any decision on approving the development, councillors have been told.
A teenage driver was taken to hospital after his car crashed into a wall.
A FIFE man has created his own mini marvel of engineering in the shape of a replica Forth Bridge in his back garden.
The future of one of Britain’s oldest gardening groups in is jeopardy.
He has trekked in some of the world’s most inhospitable places and climbed some of the planet’s highest mountains.
A pair of popular Angus fundraising heroes are preparing to hang up their bunnets after tickling the funny bones of Tayside audiences for years.
A lack of wedding accommodation in the Carse of Gowrie has inspired a local couple to create a resort.
Community groups in Carnoustie will get the chance to decide how to spend a £100,000 legacy fund from the 147th Open Championship.
More than 81,000 scam calls prevented after local council installs blocker on phones of elderly people
Blocking equipment installed on phones belonging to older and more vulnerable Angus residents has prevented 81,643 nuisance calls from getting through.
Drug use to tackle mental health conditions in Tayside and Fife has rocketed by nearly two-thirds, it has been revealed.
More needs to be done to tackle drug use at HMP Perth, Scotland’s chief prison inspector has said.
John McGuire, 67, of Harlow Place, was fined £200.
A new campaign which aims to raise awareness of mental health nursing was launched to coincide with World Mental Health Day 2018.
Households in the local area were left high and dry due to a burst water main.