Kirriemuir teenager Murron Mackay is proving to be a sporting all-rounder.
A Tayside animal lover has called for dogs to be muzzled after her beloved pet was “savaged” by two greyhounds and had to be put down.
A teenage yob has been found guilty of hurling a bottle after gatecrashing a birthday bash where a female partygoer was left with life-changing injuries.
A renowned folk singer's family have led tributes after she died just days after playing in a weekly session.
Young kids at Teenie Tots Childminding in Kirriemuir have been having lots of fun in recent months.
A self-styled Ghostbuster has thanked a couple who came to his aid after he suffered a heart attack while out walking his dogs.
Kirriemuir businesses have turned to Sunday openings in the run-up to Christmas to stave off the decline in footfall they say is caused by Angus Council’s parking charges.
Mark Taylor, 43, will stand trial accused of assaulting a woman and two children at addresses in Kirriemuir and Forfar.
Bank of Scotland has been urged to “think again” before closing a busy branch in the centre of Dundee.
Thirteen brave ladies are taking part in a Calendar Girls-style photo shoot to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Family and friends of tragic Steven Donaldson gathered at an Angus beauty spot to plant a tree in his memory.
Angus motorists have had a mixed reaction to new parking charges which have come into force.
Local councillor slams ‘boys will be boys’ culture in powerful plea to tackle domestic abuse against women
A strong message in the fight against gender-based abuse and a “boys will be boys” culture has been sent out after an Angus councillor’s powerful plea to tackle domestic abuse and violence against women.
The unforgettable night superstar footballer George Best came to Kirriemuir is to be recalled in a new play set to bring fans flocking to the Wee Red Town.
Tayside Police are asking for help to find vandals who struck outside a police station.
A bakery was damaged during what has been described as a “running battle” between groups of youths in an Angus town.
Rising Youngstars Junior Musical Theatre Group will soon take to the stage for its performance of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King and I.
A young Dundee mum is offering a £100 reward for any information about the theft of a motorbike from her garden while she and her two sons lay sleeping in their home.
An award-winning brownie maker who was invited to sell from Forfar Loch by Angus Council’s leisure trust has been kicked off the land by another council department.
A caravan full of junk was dumped in an ancient graveyard in the Angus glens.