A company at the centre of a dispute with Angus residents over reports of a “mouldy, rancid smell” and a plague of flies emanating from their premises has promised to remove household waste from its warehouse, for the time being.
Angus Council has taken measures to compensate householders in Angus who have paid extra to have their green garden waste bins emptied.
The brakes have been put on Angus motorists travelling between Forfar and Kirriemuir who currently have to negotiate intermittent speed limits over a short stretch of road.
Tests done on samples taken from a Neolithic settlement discovered at Carnoustie have confirmed it is the most extensive site of its kind in Britain.
An Angus councillor has been branded a “racist misogynist” after admitting filming two women wearing burkinis whilst on holiday.
A chance meeting with an award-winning American composer and lyricist in the west end of London has provided the inspiration for the latest production from an Angus musical society.
A Courier appeal to trace relatives of a Royal Air Force World War Two bomber pilot shot down over Germany has been successful.
The Scottish government has been urged to avoid an “existential threat” to Angus after another section of its sea defences collapsed.
Thousands of rock fans from around the world helped to lift the spirits of Kirriemuir following one of the darkest periods in the town’s history.
Some of the most vulnerable youths cared for at an Angus secure unit are being let down by a lack of investment in mental health support provided by the Scottish Government, an inquiry has heard.