Angus Council has performed a U-turn on a move to cut pavement gritting in the region’s rural villages.
Several sheep and horses were among the casualties of a major fire that tore through a farmhouse and stables near Dundee.
Local woman, 57, conned out of £1,900 after being told to pay back ‘internet provider’ in iTunes vouchers scam
A woman in the local area has been conned out of £1,900 after falling for an iTunes vouchers scam.
Several bus services have been rescued for the time being after the firm running them went out of business.
The River Tay is making a splash as the star of a new tourism campaign supported by VisitScotland.
A treesurgeon who carried out years of abuse against four women has been jailed.
The number of incidents of antisocial behaviour across Perth and Kinross, Dundee and Angus reported to Police Scotland has risen, a new report shows.
A total of 724 sex offenders are living across Tayside and Fife, according to official police records.
The North East Sensory Services (NESS) is looking for volunteers to assist people with sight and hearing loss.
A campaign is under way to ensure no child goes without breakfast in Dundee and Angus during the summer holidays.
More than 100 students from Dundee, Angus, Fife and Perth came to Dundee and Angus College for a 15th annual regional design competition.
Two men are to stand trial accused of turning up at a man’s house and pretending to be detectives to find out who he was – before subjecting him to a knifepoint robbery.
A police officer from Angus has raised almost £1,000 for a family bereavement charity after completing a gruelling ultra marathon.
A Tayside woman has spoken of her delight after two men who ran legal high shops in the area were each jailed for four and a half years.
Fears of ‘fatal’ accident again raised after urban explorers share images from within abandoned Strathmartine Hospital
There will be a fatality if trespassers continue to enter a derelict hospital, a councillor has warned.
An Angus councillor hoping to stamp out dog fouling has been told mobile CCTV can’t be brought into the fight because it would be an intrusion into the privacy of locals.
Carnoustie and District Independent Councillor Brian Boyd is encouraging people to help reduce litter and plastic pollution in the sea and on beaches.
A pair of proposed culture and tourism projects forming part of the Tay Cities Deal bid have played host to the area’s leading councillors.
A call has been made by a local MSP for the Scottish Government to scrap child funeral charges, after Prime Minister Theresa May said the practice would end in England.
Four friends who are members of Angus Pony Club have qualified for the national final of the Pony Club Quiz.