An Angus councillor has unearthed a fascinating insight into men’s views on the suffragists as the nation commemorated the centenary of some women winning the right to vote.
In-patient beds at Brechin and Montrose Infirmaries are to be permanently removed under new plans for a radical shake-up of health care provision across Angus.
A “complex” set of issues has been blamed for Angus being labelled the “sick man of Scotland.”
Local politicians have been swift to condemn the decision to close the Mulberry unit at Stracathro Hospital after its fate was finally sealed.
Hands off our artwork!
Families have been left devastated after it emerged a memorial wall bearing the names of their loved ones in the grounds of an Angus health centre has been demolished.
With no let-up in sight for the prolonged dry spell, Scottish Water has issued assurances there are no immediate plans to introduce a hosepipe ban.
3% Angus Council Tax increase on cards as authority wrestles with “unprecedented” £18 million shortfall
Angus residents are expected to be hit with a 3% increase in community tax when the local authority sets its budget on Thursday.
A killer driver who drove while already banned but was granted a new licence after an DVLA blunder has been banned for a further five years and put on an electronic tag.
Kind-hearted pupils at Monifieth High School have picked up their knitting needles to support an innovative project to help vulnerable members of the community.