Kieran Burgess, 21, of Dobson Drive, Carnoustie, had sentence deferred until March 30 after admitting having drugs. Burges admitted via letter to the court that he had cocaine, a Class A drug, in his possession at Fort Street, Broughty Ferry, on December 24 last year.
The rebirth of Carnoustie’s beachfront pavilion after being boarded-up for years has been welcomed by councillors.
A woman has launched a fundraising effort in memory of her grandad — her “best friend” — who died of cancer.
An Arbroath councillor is backing calls for a permanent memorial to the victims of a forgotten rail crash.
Plans for 32 flats in Tayside are being revised following complaints that the buildings do not match the initial drawings.
Angus will fight to keep the treasure trove of international significance uncovered by archaeologists at Carnoustie.
Work has begun on the controversial extension to Carnoustie Links golf centre.
This is the shocking moment a pensioner is seen running over a level crossing — as a high-speed train powers towards him.
A gang of 12 youths went on a “rampage” through a quiet residential area with a metal pole being thrown and a fence kicked down.
Baking enthusiasts in Tayside have been urged to rise to the occasion and apply to the Great British Bake Off.
Planners have given the green light for 37 new houses to be built in Carnoustie.
An Abertay University worker is taking on a gruelling 1,000-mile running challenge to thank those who helped care for her dying mum.
A three-week-old seal pup was rescued from a beach after being stranded for five hours.
A thug who battered a woman has been told he was spared jail because he is the sole carer of two children.
Two cars were stolen from a Tayside home before being found abandoned in Dundee.
A missing Carnoustie man has been traced safe and well after a search.
The brother of a murdered Angus man has pleaded with local people to examine their consciences — and help police finally bring his killer to justice.
One of Scotland’s youngest sheep farmers is concerned that a dog might have killed some of her flock.
Lotto winner Gillian Bayford reduced the mother of an ill Angus four-year-old to tears when she delivered the keys to their ideal home.
A person has been killed after being struck by a train in Broughty Ferry.