A £400,000 expansion of a Brechin primary school has been cancelled after private sector nurseries took up the offer of windfall cash to help meet rules for early years provision.
The Duke of Rothesay made a surprise visit to Angus on Friday when he dropped in on the 150th anniversary Glenisla Games.
Finance chiefs are facing a £5 million headache over the area’s 1,400 council house garages after admitting the stock is past its sell-by date.
An “obstinate” young Angus woman who admitted a catalogue of crimes including a revenge porn incident has been given a chance by a sheriff to prove she is succeeding in turning her life around.
Monifieth man convicted for texting ex ‘three years today you would have sent me that pornographic video’
A man who sent an offensive text to his ex in a long-running feud years after the end of their relationship has been criticised by a sheriff.
Work has started on the 450-home, £100 million residential redevelopment of the former Sunnyside Royal Hospital site near Montrose.
Music and memories as Angus thanks Lord Lieutenant Georgiana Osborne for 18 years of dedicated service
Angus has paid tribute to its longest serving and first female Lord Lieutenant in a Forfar civic reception for Mrs Georgiana Osborne as she stepped down after 18 years as the Queen’s representative in the county.
A trio of Royal Marines have admitted their part in a brawl outside an Angus nightclub in which of the servicemen had exposed himself on the dancefloor in a “potentially incendiary” act.
The new owners of Brechin’s derelict former Flicks nightclub have been challenged to crack on with delivering a fresh lease of life for the one-time clubbers’ paradise.
A century and half of tradition will be marked by the return of a traditional Highland Games march down an Angus glen this week.