Workers installing one of Scotland's largest solar panel projects have unearthed a lost piece of military history.
The husband of a woman missing from the south-east of England — who has family links to the area — has spoken about the “worst weeks” of his life.
Tayside’s port business has been booming in the past six months, with the industry set to expand following more major investments.
The dad of a man killed in a collision with a car as he attended a music festival has paid tribute to his “fun-loving son”.
A man has died after he was hit by a car while he attended a Tayside music festival.
A man has died after he was hit by a car in a Tayside street. The 22-year-old lost his life following the incident in Montrose at about 8.15pm yesterday. Unconfirmed reports suggested that he was walking between two pubs at the time. See today’s Tele for the full story.
Two women were forced to take refuge in a pub after a man chased them along the street — leaving them “terrified”.
More than £150,000 of taxpayers’ money was used to pay for the defence of two accused in the trial of one of Tayside’s most horrific murder cases, the Tele can reveal.
A college student has blasted a decision to cancel an art class for people with learning difficulties.
All the nice girls love a sailor — even sarcastic ones such as Iain Fergusson, who describes himself as “barely an officer, never a gentleman”.
A teenager raped a woman who had been drinking in an Angus town — then a day later walked into a police station and falsely claimed he had been assaulted by a group of unknown men.
Motorists narrowly avoided disaster after cars fell from a vehicle transporter after it struck a rail bridge.
Dundee hopes to secure thousands of new jobs by “revolutionising” the oil and gas decommissioning sector.
A woman has spoken of her “shock” after finding a neighbour lying dead in her back garden.
A man killed in a motorbike crash in Angus has been formally identified by police.
Mike Love, co-founder of The Beach Boys, has told Montrose fans they’ll play “pretty much anything you can imagine” at the East Links in May.
MoFest organisers have pledged to return the event to its family-friendly origins this year with a zero-tolerance anti-alcohol message.
They’ve travelled far and their journey has taken them from the glens of Angus to the sun of South Africa.
A Tayside lifeboat crew has been dispatched after a woman fell near Montrose beach.
A Tayside couple have been left “sickened” after their cat suffered a chemical burn in what they believe was an intentional attack.