One small step.
Angus firms have been challenged to grab an even greater slice of the council procurement pie after figures revealed the rural authority is one of the best in the country for keeping cash local.
Remaining residents in an Angus complex awaiting demolition have claimed they have been “left in the dark” over the scheme.
Primary pupils have stepped onto the saltmarshes of Montrose Basin to spearhead a St Andrews University-led climate change mapping project.
Warm-hearted Angus residents are being encouraged to deliver their generous annual response to a local gift appeal with its traditions rooted in the Cold War.
The latest bid to bring change to Angus Council’s controversial car parking charges scheme has hit another dead end after a move to drop the fees in three local burghs was thrown out.
An Angus neighbour row knifeman has been put on a six-month electronic tag after a dispute over a noisy dog hit its peak.
A DJ’s festive plans have been spiked by a sheriff who put him on an electronic tag following a bizarre revenge threat over the egging of his van.
Montrose has pitched in with a new golfing memories group in a boost to the town’s contribution to Scotland’s world-leading role in reminiscence therapy.
‘They need to do something about it’: Councillor in call for top-level action to fix Angus A92 flooding
A fed-up councillor is to lead a call for top-level action to remedy flood misery for drivers on a key Angus road.