Adult protection referrals in Angus rose a staggering 82% last year during what has been described as an “unprecedented” period of change and service demand by the area’s top social worker.
Local planning chiefs are to seek a meeting with senior prosecutors in a bid to learn lessons from a failed planning enforcement case which was thrown out by the courts.
The community around Eassie is in a state of readiness for incident or accident after the official unveiling of the local hall as Angus' first resilience centre.
An Angus football club will pay poignant tribute to the fallen at a Scottish league match this weekend.
Among the winding tracks and gutters of the glorious valleys a little piece of history was made on the weekend the clocks went back.
The continuing success of Angus organisations in the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service has been hailed at a Forfar presentation event.
Planners have given the green light for ten new homes on an island of ground near Carnoustie High School.
Selection of a “strong voice” for Angus Council on the board of NHS Tayside has split the local authority.
Angus administration leader Bob Myles has expressed his “disappointment” over the shock resignation of Carnoustie independent David Cheape from the ruling group.
Angus Council is remaining coy over the prospects of climbing into a Travelodge bed.