Angus Council is battling a rising tide of complaints against menacing gulls.
An independent report into how killer Robbie McIntosh was allowed out of prison to attack again should finally be published this autumn.
The Evening Telegraph is ready to take its petition calling for mandatory jail terms for people convicted of a sexual offence involving children to the Scottish Parliament.
The Tele petition urging mandatory jail terms for people convicted of a sexual offence involving children has smashed the 10,000 barrier.
Linda McDonald has insisted she is “elated” after plans for new efforts to keep the worst criminals behind bars for life were put forward.
An MSP has vowed to help a young woman who recorded herself being “raped” in her fight for justice.
Community wardens are coming under increasing verbal and physical attack while carrying out their duties in Angus.
Figures from the FOI submitted by the Tele reveal almost £250,000 has been spent on legal aid for the perpetrators of some of the area’s worst crimes in recent times.
Politicians have called for an end to “undue leniency” handed to some child sex offenders – echoing the Tele’s call for tougher sentences.
Victims of extortion, child abuse and assault are waiting months to see justice done in Dundee’s court, a Tele investigation can reveal.
A paedophile who admitted downloading indecent images of children has been placed under supervision for three years.
A campaign to protect police dogs has been launched by MSP Liam Kerr at a Dundee police station.
NHS Tayside bosses scurried to protect themselves on Thursday over their handling of an accounting scandal that has contributed to a £12.1 million black hole in the board’s finances.
Scotland's communities minister has backed the Tele’s Safe as Houses campaign as she pledged to continue cracking down on bogus callers and rogue traders.
Dozens of drug seizures were made at a Tayside jail in under a year.
Dozens of sex offenders in Tayside and Fife previously subject to “indefinite notification” have been wiped from the register.
Bosses at NHS Tayside are already preparing for a £4 million overspend next year, it has been revealed.
Cash-strapped NHS Tayside has forked out more than £4 million in awards to consultants and academics in the last year.