The controversial car parking charges scheme by Angus Council has been dealt another blow as a second councillor has in protest from a working group set up to re-examine the scheme.
A multi-million pound investment by a leading engineering company should give Angus the confidence to believe it can be the “powerhouse” of Scotland’s north east, the area’s economic development spokesman has said.
Arbroath 2020 organisers aim to go back to the future with the creation of an inspiring town pageant to mark the milestone event in the history of the town.
Bus and taxi firms are to share a £10 million windfall in the next five years to take Angus youngsters to and from the classroom.
A plan has been set in motion to find enthusiasts willing to take on the responsibility of a 91-year-old road roller after councillors on the cash-strapped authority rejected the idea of selling off the “beautiful machine”.
A jealous Angus man who smeared pizza over his girlfriend’s face in a drunken row has been ordered to carry out 100 hours unpaid work.
Montrose is pioneering a Scottish first with a community café dedicated to highlighting the importance of Poppy Scotland on a year-round basis.
Amanda Kopel has spoken of her joy at learning how people are already benefiting from Frank’s Law as she collected her British Empire Medal.
The new owners of Montrose’s seafront Traill Pavilion are ready to embark on the task of bringing the historic building back to its former glory.
Treasures of ancient Egypt are to go on summer display in Tayside when a national touring exhibition calls at Montrose museum.