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Angus campaigner ‘really proud’ after new report calls for rethink on use of restraint and seclusion on children
A leading Monifieth campaigner says she is "absolutely delighted" after a new report called for Scottish children to be given greater protection against "inhuman" and "degrading" treatment.
Councillors have thrown out plans for more than 250 homes on the edge of Carnoustie.
A dramatic depiction of the Bell Rock lighthouse off the Angus coast, by celebrated artist Joseph Turner, is to shine as a centrepiece of the Scottish National Gallery’s first exhibition of 2019.
80-year-old Angus woman admits hitting pregnant teen after going through red light at pedestrian crossing
An octogenarian driver has admitted knocking town a pregnant teenager after ignoring a red light at an Angus pedestrian crossing.
Montrose Music Festival bosses have pledged it’s not the end despite the plug being pulled on next year’s bash.
He was the Dundee ‘clippie’ whose dedication and loyalty earned him the moniker of ‘Mr Transport’.
Furious businessfolk battling Angus Council’s off-street parking charges have called for the political head of the authority’s former leader in the wake of a blistering criticism of their campaign.
Organisers at Brechin Community Pantry are appealing for donations of festive food, as well as people to volunteer some time to assist with a Christmas day meal for people who might otherwise be alone.
Canine chums have cosied up for an Angus Christmas treat before they begin the hard work of taking the lead in boosting the area’s dog-friendly tourism credentials.
A violent Angus sex offender who raped a young mother a week after his release on a string of abuse charges has been given a 15-year extended sentence for his crimes.