A foundation that is flying a man to Russia to visit the one-time city of Stalingrad has praised his research paper exposing the wartime links between the metropolis and Dundee.
An overwhelming majority of Tele readers believe that bullying in schools should be made a criminal offence according to an online poll.
Police Scotland are currently dealing with a crash on the High Street in Forfar.
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 girl has been charged by police in relation to an alleged assault at an Angus school.
A flood warning has been issued for Dundee and Angus, as Storm Brendan continues to batter parts of the country.
Paramedics and ambulance technicians in Tayside have racked up more than £55,000 in repair bills after pranging their vehicles throughout 2019.
Workers at Angus Council are trialling a fresh approach to stubbing out cigarette litter in Arbroath.
Police launch investigation after shocking footage of Carnoustie High pupil being dragged by her hair emerges online
Police have launched an investigation after shocking footage emerged of a young girl being dragged along the floor by a fellow pupil in a school corridor.
Environmentalists have been left outraged after a huge pile of rubbish was discovered just a 10-minute drive from a local recycling centre.
Police Scotland are appealing for information about three break-ins to properties in Angus yesterday morning, January 8, which are being treating as linked.
A would-be crook threatened to shoot the owners of a house he was trying to break into, the Tele understands.
Police Scotland are appealing for information about an alleged assault which happened near to the Clydesdale Bank, Montrose High Street.
A “larger than life” unicorn sculpture is to take centre stage at a pageant procession to celebrate the 700th anniversary of the Declaration of Arbroath.
A tea towel highlighting landmarks in Kirriemuir has made more than £1,500 in just over three months.
Angus children’s campaigner, Beth Morrison has been named by The Times Education Supplement (TES) as one of their “People of the year”.
Catching up on a birthday promise, my eldest son and I were headed to the Gin Bothy in Glamis.
With December 25 drawing ever closer the Tele has rounded up the opening hours and availability of local services over the festive period.
Former Sunnyside hospital staff have cut the turf marking the start of work on 35 new affordable homes on the historic Montrose site.
A getaway driver has been jailed for his part in a series of break-ins that saw a crime gang escape with over £10,000 worth of goods.