A council leader has promised to handle the impending eviction of a St Cyrus Travelling community as a "sensitive situation”.
A poignant tribute to one of north-east Scotland’s most respected politicians took place during a ceremony in Angus this weekend.
The decision to clear out a controversial Mearns Traveller site has been criticised as “disappointing for all” by a human rights group.
Parents will be asked what to do with emptying Angus schools as the local authority considers closures as part of a 30-year strategy.
The Crown Office has confirmed there will be no prosecution over an accident that claimed the life of an Angus pensioner last year.
An Angus drink-driver hit an oncoming car after the occupants gave her a no-lights warning, a court heard.
The repercussions of a catastrophic storm are still being felt in the Mearns, 21 months after it wreaked a trail of destruction across the region.
Angus police caught two men with almost £1,000 in counterfeit notes, a court heard.
The leader of Angus Council has warned the cost of keeping the county’s recycling centres open will “pale into insignificance” next to spiralling waste disposal fees.
Angus secondary school pupils have been given a flying visit by Royal Navy helicopters as part of their higher learning.