Calls for tougher penalties following a rise in fly-tipping in Angus have fallen on deaf ears.
Calls for return of Mulberry unit after ‘concrete evidence’ of its importance to Angus mental health patients
“Concrete evidence” of how valuable an axed Angus mental health unit was has sparked calls for its return.
Plans for a giant Angus solar farm have been scrapped.
Offshore wind exchange prompts ‘sea of opportunity’ Arbroath Brexit prediction from Conservative MSP
A “sea of opportunity” could unlock the door to Arbroath getting back into commercial fishing, a North East Scotland MSP said.
Brechin Cathedral mercy mission for Syria renews calls to save historic building from closing for good
A Syrian mercy mission has prompted renewed calls to save closure-threatened Brechin Cathedral.
Police are to launch a ‘bin day’ blitz on speeders in rural Tayside.
Tributes have been paid to a tragic Arbroath father who has died in Wales at the age of just 22.
Lidl has entered a ‘store wars’ row and taken issue with a survey suggesting Arbroath town centre shops are ‘over-trading’.
Tayside war heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice during the last major bombing raid on Berlin have been remembered in Germany.
An environmental watchdog has demanded a box seat when councillors debate retrospective plans for an illegally-built Travellers site in St Cyrus.