Police are currently dealing with an ongoing incident in the Sidlaw Range area of Kirriemuir. A spokesman for the force said that they were called to execute a search warrant at 11.10am. Locals have said that there is a significant police presence in the area.
The firefighters of the future had a taste of the action this week.
Scott McKenna has handed in a transfer request to club Aberdeen, the Tele understands.
A treasure hunter is hoping to reunite a coin scrawled upon by a Dundee soldier during the First World War with his living relatives.
The general public and those participating in the cavalcade that paid tribute to Steven Donaldson was one of the most memorable occasions I have ever witnessed.
The family of Steven Donaldson have broken their silence to describe the “hell” they have experienced since his horrific murder.
The trial of two people accused of abduction with intent to rob was fixed for July 30.
The sister of Steven Donaldson has revealed her family have been “overwhelmed” by the support from the local community ahead of an inaugural memorial event.
From a covers band playing pubs in Dundee and Kirriemuir to performing original songs as they supported bands such as Primal Scream, it all happened for Emerald Sunday.
A 28-year-old man denies carrying out an assault at a city bar.
Kirriemuir wheelchair athlete Murran Mackay has proved once again she is the top female Scot in the 10km distance.
Shops and businesses in Kirriemuir will close their doors as a mark of respect later this summer as a motorcycle ride in memory of Steven Donaldson makes its way through the town.
Kirriemuir residents’ disbelief that ‘evil’ killer Tasmin Glass is to appeal her conviction and sentence
Kirriemuir residents have reacted with disbelief that “evil” killer Tasmin Glass is to appeal her conviction and sentence for her role in the murder of her former boyfriend, Steven Donaldson.
Tasmin Glass, the former girlfriend of murdered Arbroath man Steven Donaldson, is to appeal her sentence for the part she played in his killing.
The two men who brutally murdered Arbroath oil worker Steven Donaldson are to fight their convictions.
If the trial and subsequent murder charge conviction of the two individuals, Steven Dickie and Callum Davidson, had taken place in the early 1960s the judge may well have literally donned the “black cap” and passed death sentences when giving judgment on the two males involved.
A church minister in Kirriemuir has welcomed the sentences given to the evil trio responsible for the “heinous and horrible” killing of Steven Donaldson.
These teenie tots said goodbye to some new friends as they released their new butterflies.
Jurors were excused from further jury service for 15 years following the conclusion to the conclusion of the Steven Donaldson murder trial.
Lord Pentland has told two men sentenced for the murder of Abroath man Steven Donaldson they were "cold blooded, violent and unrepentant”.