The MoD has admitted it will “closely monitor” the impact of Scottish Government tax changes which it has been claimed could penalise military personnel at bases north of the border, including Arbroath’s 45 Commando.
The SNP group on Angus Council have given their full support for calls to consider alternatives to all single use plastic currently used on council premises.
The bodies of Scottish soldiers which were dumped in a mass grave in Durham following one of the most brutal, bloody and short battles of the 17th Century civil wars, have finally been given a proper funeral.
A fresh petition against the cost of parking permits in Angus is gaining momentum after it attracted more than 300 signatures in less than 24 hours.
A shelter at Arbroath’s Victoria Park has been seriously damaged by vandals for a third time in a matter of days, with the latest incident costing the taxpayer over £1000.
A local councillor has hit out after a stone donated to the people of Arbroath by Polish forces stationed in the area during the second world war was defaced with spray paint.
It is not just the world’s best golf that is on display at The Open in Carnoustie.
Soil samples from the site of a proposed major housing expansion in Forfar have been sent for testing amid fears the land may be contaminated with anthrax.
An Angus community group which is part of a global movement that grows food and gives it away for free has been plagued by people devastating the crops and carrying away large bags of produce.
Volunteers from Angus and Dundee bagged a successful beach clean at the weekend, removing at least a ton of rubbish from the Barry Buddon and Monifieth area.