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Saturday - 19th May, 2018
Fed-up residents demand ‘gull cull’
Fed-up Angus residents have demanded a gull cull in the latest stage of their 15-year fight against ...
Friday - 18th May, 2018
A great day at the races
The sun shone on Perth Racecourse yesterday as thousands attended the annual Ladies Day. This group ...
Thursday - 17th May, 2018
Karate woman’s attackers jailed
A woman who fought off a pair of attackers with karate moves has welcomed the three-year jail terms ...
Wednesday - 16th May, 2018
Ex-soldier jailed for vile offences against children
A former soldier from Arbroath has been jailed for seven years for a string of vile historical sexua...
Tuesday - 15th May, 2018
Foul-mouthed abuse prompts furious response
Council bosses are investigating claims that a bin man hurled foul-mouthed abuse at campaigners outs...
Monday - 14th May, 2018
Plea for return of relic in time for 700th anniversary
One of Scotland’s most iconic treasures could make a dramatic return to its spiritual home if ambi...
Saturday - 12th May, 2018
Woman in court on baby murder attempt charges
An Arbroath woman has appeared in court charged with the attempted murder of a sixmonth-old baby gir...
Friday - 11th May, 2018
‘I don’t forgive you,’ mother tells doctor
A grieving mother yesterday faced the doctor accused of contributing to the death of her baby in a h...
Thursday - 10th May, 2018
‘Out of control’ dog should have been muzzled
A dog responsible for a string of vicious Angus attacks was made the subject of a muzzling order mor...
Wednesday - 9th May, 2018
Plans to make teachers pay for parking
Radical plans to charge Angus teachers and council staff for parking at work have been proposed by a...
Tuesday - 8th May, 2018
Dog owner’s fears for children after savage attack
An Angus man said he fears what could happen if a toddler comes into contact with a dangerous dog wh...
Monday - 7th May, 2018
Chief in waiting blasts ‘cowards’
Angus Council’s leader in waiting has triggered a bitter war of words with a broadside at critics ...
Saturday - 5th May, 2018
Stracathro school saved after battle
We can today reveal details of a surprise reprieve for a closure-threatened Angus primary. ...
Friday - 4th May, 2018
AC/DC frontman Bon Scott’s
former girlfriend Mary Renshaw, from Melbourne, gazes up at the Kirriemuir statue of her former beau...
Thursday - 3rd May, 2018
Taste of success:
Young Angus entrepreneur Owen Foster, 16, has won a lucrative contract for his jams and chutneys wit...
Wednesday - 2nd May, 2018
Anger grows in Angus over parking charges
More than 5,000 people have signed a petition opposing Angus Council’s parking charges plans.&...
Tuesday - 1st May, 2018
Baby fights for life after being found badly hurt
A baby girl is fighting for her life in hospital after being found with serious injuries in Arbroath...
Monday - 30th April, 2018
Angus Council draws up plans to tackle eyesore
Brechin’s crumbling Flicks building may be at the centre of a renewed attempt to rescue the “bli...
Saturday - 28th April, 2018
Montrose man says family torn apart by theft of £50,000
A Montrose man whose safe containing nearly £50,000 was stolen by his daughter to fund a sp...
Friday - 27th April, 2018
Wonder of Lego:
Miniature versions of the seven wonders of the world will go on display at Arbroath Abbey from Satur...
Thursday - 26th April, 2018
Council in crisis as chief felled
Angus Council has been cast into crisis after a no-confidence vote claimed the scalp of authority le...
Wednesday - 25th April, 2018
‘Legal highs’ lead to legal low for duo Pair sold new psychoactive substances from shops in Angus and Perth to children as young as 13
Police restated their vow to drive the scourge of so-called legal highs from the streets of Tayside ...
Tuesday - 24th April, 2018
Facebook scam exploits drug users in Tayside
Facebook scammers have revealed how they manipulated the site’s algorithms to infiltrate drug and ...
Monday - 23rd April, 2018
Karate Kelly tells of desperate fight with attack duo
An Angus woman who fought off two attackers she believes had selected her as a rape target has brave...
Saturday - 21st April, 2018
A fine day with periods of sunshine. World leaders have agreed to the Prince of Wales becoming the n...
Friday - 20th April, 2018
£294,000 – cost of Angus painkiller prescriptions
More than £230,000 was spent prescribing paracetamol to Angus patients in 2017. Th...
Thursday - 19th April, 2018
Heartbroken mum’s warning after death of ‘little princess’
A mother whose 18-month-old daughter was suffocated in her bed has warned of the dangers of letting ...
Wednesday - 18th April, 2018
Decision to close school ‘dangerous’
Angus education chiefs have been warned they risk alienating rural residents if they do not throw aw...
Tuesday - 17th April, 2018
Derailment fears over embankment rubbish
Fly-tippers using a trackside embankment in Angus as a rubbish dump have sparked fears of a rail tra...
Monday - 16th April, 2018
Minister hits back over LGBTQ+ bigotry claims
A Tayside minister is facing calls to be dumped from a school chaplaincy role amid bigotry allegatio...
Saturday - 14th April, 2018
Plans could see Dundee become forensic leader
The City of Discovery could become a world leader in forensic science under ambitious plans put forw...
Friday - 13th April, 2018
Robison welcomes NHS Tayside vow to pay back funds
NHS Tayside has vowed to repay charity donations which were used to plug its ailing finances.&nb...
Thursday - 12th April, 2018
Elderly man killed in fierce caravan blaze
An elderly man lost his life after fire tore through his caravan on the outskirts of Arbroath.&n...
Wednesday - 11th April, 2018
Residents look to CCTV to tackle dog fouling
An Angus community could buy its own CCTV system to catch dirty dog owners after being told using a ...
Tuesday - 10th April, 2018
Peter Pan style penguin unveiled
Holly Stephen, 7, helps create a memorable character for Kirriemuir as part of a Maggie’s Dundee p...
Monday - 9th April, 2018
Public victory on parking charges
Angus Council has bowed to public pressure over parking charges and put forward plans for a 15-minut...
Saturday - 7th April, 2018
Pressure mounts on Robison to quit too
Scottish Government Health Secretary Shona Robison faced calls for her resignation as she unveiled t...
Friday - 6th April, 2018
Robison in call for bosses to quit
Health Secretary Shona Robison has called for heads to roll after it was revealed NHS Tayside used m...
Thursday - 5th April, 2018
NHS Tayside facing ‘culture of fiddles’ claim
NHS Tayside boss Lesley Mclay is facing fresh pressure amid claims of a “culture of fiddles” at ...
Wednesday - 4th April, 2018
MP slams rates bill for empty police premises
Angus police are being saddled with an extortionate six-figure rates bill which could be better spen...
Tuesday - 3rd April, 2018
Angus community wardens to tackle litter and dog mess
Transport Minister Humza Yousaf has waded into a community warden row in Angus. Mr Yousaf a...
Monday - 2nd April, 2018
Licence holders shake-up denied
Councillors have clung on to the power to impose the emergency suspension of Angus licence holders, ...
Saturday - 31st March, 2018
Healthcare crusaders asked for solutions
Brechin campaigners have been challenged to come up with workable proposals for the future of local ...
Friday - 30th March, 2018
Health chiefs told to curb bonuses
Health chiefs have been warned against pocketing bonuses as the bailout bill for NHS Tayside soared ...
Thursday - 29th March, 2018
Campaigner says council risks creating ‘tumbleweed towns’
An Angus parking charges petition set up over fears of “tumbleweed towns” being created across t...
Wednesday - 28th March, 2018
Charity warns of sharp increase in sexual assaults
A leading Tayside women’s charity has warned of a “sharp increase” in the number of sexual ass...
Tuesday - 27th March, 2018
NHS staff could face disciplinary action over crisis
NHS Tayside staff could face disciplinary action after money earmarked for digital health programmes...
Monday - 26th March, 2018
Farms could fold due to lack of migrant labour
Crippling worker shortages threaten to force the closure of Angus farms, a study warns. Tho...
Saturday - 24th March, 2018
Train fare offer for Fife as Scotrail admits faults
Rail chiefs are to compensate Fife’s fed-up passengers with cheaper fares, but only for two months...
Friday - 23rd March, 2018
Baby-faced duo terrorised shop staff in robbery
A baby-faced robber brandished a broken bottle towards the neck of a terrified Tesco worker as an ac...
Thursday - 22nd March, 2018
Polish war hero to be captured in bronze
A drive launched by the late Lord Fraser of Carmyllie to immortalise a hero of the Second World War ...
Wednesday - 21st March, 2018
‘Legal highs’ shop owners locked up
A pair of men involved in the selling of so-called legal highs at shops in Angus and Perth to custom...
Tuesday - 20th March, 2018
‘Multiple stab wounds’ caused Alyth death
A father of four died in Alyth from “multiple stab wounds”, a post-mortem examination has reveal...
Monday - 19th March, 2018
Life turned upside down by sledge fall
A seemingly innocuous tumble while out sledging has dramatically turned an Angus woman’s life upsi...
Saturday - 17th March, 2018
Social worker struck off after series of failures
A Tayside social worker has been struck off after referring a known child abuser to volunteer at the...
Friday - 16th March, 2018
Bus passenger’s terror as driver falls asleep
A passenger on an Angus bus screamed in terror as she noticed its driver had fallen asleep at the wh...
Thursday - 15th March, 2018
Charity warns of effects of radical health reform
An Angus charity is ready to take the region’s health into its own hands after expressing “grave...
Wednesday - 14th March, 2018
Firefighters had to pluck two others to safety
A man was taken to hospital, and two others were rescued from a Montrose property after an external ...
Tuesday - 13th March, 2018
Police lambasted on youth drinking
Leading charities have demanded answers after Police Scotland claimed it is “too costly” to trac...
Monday - 12th March, 2018
Police Scotland’s crime recording called shambolic
Police Scotland has been branded “shambolic” after it emerged the unified force had no single me...
Saturday - 10th March, 2018
Desperation of abused women
Changes to benefits have left some Angus women facing such extreme poverty they have returned to abu...
Friday - 9th March, 2018
Gran was beheaded in frenzied attack
A Monifieth woman was stabbed, decapitated and then dismembered by a woman who had broken into her S...
Thursday - 8th March, 2018
Director at NHS Tayside leaves amid cash crisis
NHS Tayside’s finance director has stepped down after a damning report pointed to a new cash crisi...
Wednesday - 7th March, 2018
Man in court accused of murdering Tayside dad
A man accused of murdering a Tayside fatherof-four has appeared in court. Murray Fotheringh...
Tuesday - 6th March, 2018
Smokies ‘under threat’ from US trade demands
American firms demanding the end of special protections for Arbroath smokies have been told to back ...
Monday - 5th March, 2018
Murder probe after man’s body found in Alyth
Murder squad detectives are probing the “suspicious” death of a young man in a late night incide...
Saturday - 3rd March, 2018
Panic buying as shelves empty
The beast from the east is causing further havoc as stocks in many shops are running precariously lo...
Friday - 2nd March, 2018
Snow disrupts travel and closes schools
The Beast from the East continues to hold Angus in its vice-like grip as a third day of school closu...
Thursday - 1st March, 2018
Snow causes chaos for schools and transport
The “Beast from the East” is bringing chaos to Angus as all schools are closed today amid hugely...
Wednesday - 28th February, 2018
Warning of heavy snow could reach red alert
All school transport is cancelled and residents are advised not to travel today and tomorrow as the ...
Tuesday - 27th February, 2018
Man admits sexually assaulting pensioners
A church elder subjected a pair of pensioners to a series of sexual assaults which left one distress...
Monday - 26th February, 2018
Hospital bed days lost to delayed discharge soar
Shock figures have revealed a sharp increase in hospital bed days lost in swathes of Angus due to de...
Saturday - 24th February, 2018
Homeowners to cash in on Open
Taysiders are cashing in on the Open’s return to Carnoustie by renting out their homes for thousan...
Friday - 23rd February, 2018
‘Lock up killer for life’ plea by family
The family of Law killer Robbie Mcintosh’s second victim have pleaded with authorities to keep the...
Thursday - 22nd February, 2018
Condor base fears as housing bid revealed
Bombshell documents have revealed a plan which could see thousands of new homes built on land at Arb...
Wednesday - 21st February, 2018
Vehicles may face recycling restrictions
Recycling centre access in Angus could be further cut if a radical proposal to introduce pedestriano...
Tuesday - 20th February, 2018
Tayside tennis prodigy Jed Alexander, 17, is crowdfunding for the chance to join a prestigious coach...
Monday - 19th February, 2018
Good Samaritan paperboy saves stranded OAP
A modest Angus paperboy has shrugged off suggestions he is a hero after launching a 999 response for...
Saturday - 17th February, 2018
Police hunt for smiling raider
A hunt is continuing for a “smiling” knifeman who made a failed robbery attempt on an Angus book...
Friday - 16th February, 2018
‘Difficult’ Angus budget passed
Angus Council’s leader has said the authority budget – intended to bridge an £18 millio...
Thursday - 15th February, 2018
RBS confirms branch in Montrose will close
Campaigners fighting to save the Montrose RBS branch from closure were yesterday told it is a pointl...
Wednesday - 14th February, 2018
RNLI crew seeks leader after row
Arbroath’s lifeboat crew put on a show of unity last night as dark clouds above the station appear...
Tuesday - 13th February, 2018
Angus swings the axe... and hikes council tax
Angus residents are facing a 3% council tax hike as the local authority attempts to meet a funding s...
Monday - 12th February, 2018
Simon Mulholland takes disabled youngster Kevin for a ride along Broughty Ferry beach on his pony ch...
Saturday - 10th February, 2018
Police hunt for Angus tree thieves
Thieves have targeted an Angus country park in a month-long woodcutting spree. Police are n...
Friday - 9th February, 2018
36, from Broughty Ferry, said her daughter Skye, 2, owes her life to blood donors at an awards cerem...
Thursday - 8th February, 2018
Pupil claims he was sexually assaulted
Police are conducting an investigation into an alleged serious sexual assault against an Angus prima...
Wednesday - 7th February, 2018
Study warns of golf links erosion risk
Montrose has been singled out in a grim report highlighting the threat to the future of links golf i...
Tuesday - 6th February, 2018
Emergency ambulance might have saved baby
A baby who died four hours after being born could have been saved if an emergency ambulance had been...
Monday - 5th February, 2018
Farm labour plea as soft fruits in trouble
The delivery of a new scheme to allow migrant workers to come to Scotland is now “urgent” with t...
Saturday - 3rd February, 2018
Charity tin theft a ‘sign of the times’
An £11 charity tin theft by a desperate drug addict has been described as a sign of the tim...
Saturday - 27th January, 2018
Sisters of the travelling pants:
Pat Clegg and Elaine Anderson are behind the Arbroath launch of the Ulemu Project, a campaign asking...
Friday - 26th January, 2018
Mum’s cancer fears after school merger
The backlash against radical plans to shake-up the Angus school estate has started. Brechin...
Thursday - 25th January, 2018
Radical shake-up for Angus schools
A radical shake-up of the Angus school estate was unveiled yesterday – with questions remaining ov...
Wednesday - 24th January, 2018
Solicitors reject police station advice duty rota
Angus solicitors have voted to boycott a controversial police station duty rota that provides advice...
Tuesday - 23rd January, 2018
Negativity risks loss of Open, warns councillor
A councillor has warned “damaging negativity” could put Carnoustie’s place on the Open circuit...
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