An Angus woman is battling to save a beech hedge she planted 20 years ago after it was sprayed with weed killer.
A war of words has broken out after the deputy leader of Angus Council slammed opposition critics who claim the council is a “junior partner” in the Tay Cities Deal - leaving the county “short changed.”
Collaboration and the impact of the Tay Cities Deal were the talking points of the 19th annual BioDundee international conference yesterday.
An enterprise hub which has been described as “transformational for the Dundee entrepreneurial community” has formally opened.
Pedal power could bring a “huge range of benefits” to the residents of an Angus care home.
A former Angus dump which drew worldwide attention as an unlikely haute couture catwalk could be repurposed as a solar energy farm.
A decision on where to put a pedestrian crossing on a dangerous Arbroath street may finally bring the curtain down on a 12-year safety saga.
Angus Council is facing another financial headache as the mounting costs of defending a legal challenge over the decision to demolish a disused leisure centre have emerged.
Focus, leadership and collaboration are three vital components of a successful business the Courier Business Conference will hear later this month.
An iconic Angus castle at the centre of a significant rural business operation is poised to go on the open market.