A rare hoopoe bird has been spotted in Angus after it was blown off course on its autumn migration.
A local football was almost abandoned by referees after a drone was spotted above the ground.
A new pub, cafe and shop could open in a village on the coastal route between Dundee and Angus if plans are approved.
Angus motorists have had a mixed reaction to new parking charges which have come into force.
A man has appeared in court in connection with an incident involving armed police officers.
An Angus oil worker was fined £2,000 when he appeared at Forfar Sheriff Court following an ill-fated trip to a Montrose pub for “hair of the dog”.
More than a dozen police vehicles and armed officers were called to a local street after a 'disturbance' which lasted more than three and a half hours.
Former head teacher with terminal cancer launches campaign for patients to ‘keep their hair’ during treatment
Two years ago Marie Fenton was tending to her garden when she started experiencing severe stomach pains.
Grieving dad slams ‘disgusting’ thieves who stole two Celtic crosses destined for his baby son’s grave
A grieving dad has condemned “disgusting” thieves who stole two crosses destined for his baby son’s grave.
A man appeared in court today accused of assaulting a doctor - leaving him disfigured - at a local medical centre.
A man is due to appear in court following an incident at a local health centre.
A man accused of murder has had his case continued without plea for psychiatric reports.
A Dundee man who died more than a year ago after being discovered lying seriously injured in the garden of a city flat will be buried next week.
Plans to refurbish several train stations across Tayside – including improvements to waiting rooms and toilets – have been announced by ScotRail.
CCTV images have been released of a man regarding an alleged indecency offence in the local area.
A woman an two children escaped serious injury after a car landed on its roof in an accident on a local road.
A motorist was injured after a car ended up on its roof in a crash on Sunday morning.
It was 1948, the first tape recorder had been sold, the NHS had just been founded and King George VI still reigned over Britain.
A determined local teenager who was wheelchair-bound is learning to take his first steps unaided.
The winners of a £57.9 million EuroMillions jackpot have been revealed.