A shelter at Arbroath’s Victoria Park has been seriously damaged by vandals for a third time in a matter of days, with the latest incident costing the taxpayer over £1000.
The SNP group on Angus Council have given their full support for calls to consider alternatives to all single use plastic currently used on council premises.
The MoD has admitted it will “closely monitor” the impact of Scottish Government tax changes which it has been claimed could penalise military personnel at bases north of the border, including Arbroath’s 45 Commando.
An application to construct a new industrial unit at a busy Angus quarry has been approved but an objector has threatened to lodge complaints at the sheriff court.
A fresh petition against the cost of parking permits in Angus is gaining momentum after it attracted more than 300 signatures in less than 24 hours.
Arbroath based business woman Gill Howie has landed a prestigious award at the 71st annual reunion of the elite 43 (F) Squadron in London, attended by squadron veterans and those with an affiliation to the unit.
A new project, which aims to give easy access to sanitary products in Malawi, has been launched in Arbroath.
A Carnoustie pizza firm is appealing for golfers at the Open to come in and add their signatures to its wall of fame – and to sample the new golf themed menu at the same time.
Arbroath Abbey has been targeted in a two-day spate of vandalism.
A planning application to go before Angus councillors could see expanded operations at Pitairlie Quarry by Monikie.