An iconic aircraft of the Second World War is coming ‘home’ to Angus and the site of the historic beginnings of the RAF in Great Britain.
A sheriff has ordered an electronic tag report on an Angus man who fractured his victim’s skull and eye socket – warning the attacker he is “not off the hook” over the prospect of going behind bars.
Shock tactics could be used to put the brakes on speeding drivers in Angus.
Brechin’s new £90,000 playpark looks set to become the first smoke-free facility of its kind in Angus as part of a plan to stub out the habit at facilities across the county.
The green light has finally been given for work to begin on a £45,000 pedestrian crossing in Arbroath, more than a decade after safety work was abruptly halted on the busy town street.
Angus Council has taken a huge financial hit on former homeless accommodation in Montrose after agreeing a £110,000 deal to offload the four-storey building.
A fascinating Loons labour of love more than half a century in the making has scored success.
I can hear it still, and, heartfelt as it may have been, it didn’t take the sting out of the situation.
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.