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The growing threat of climate change has put the Angus and the Mearns coastline at the heart of a new multi-million flood warning scheme.
Calls have been made for stronger laws to protect hillsides from vehicle tracks.
Tayside man reveals ‘secret spying mission’ as it emerges Hampden’s future was in doubt 44 years ago
A Tayside man has revealed how he was given a ‘secret spying mission’ to look at replacing Scotland’s national football stadium some 44 years ago.
It was the devastating fire which wiped out a chunk of Arbroath FC’s history.
A 27-year-old Mearns man who got hungry and went to pick up a takeaway in an uninsured truck has been spared jail.
Angus’s most senior councillor has backed a tougher line against planning offenders who fail to take enforcement notices seriously.
Angus Council’s leader has defended a defiant email response to critics in the latest salvo of a recycling centres row which continues to dog the authority.
The Tay Cities Deal faces a funding threat with the UK Government cutting its contribution to the £1 billion investment package.
It’s been a long time since I’ve been on the top deck of a Saturday number 20 heading to Dundee.
Arbroath Relay for Life organisers suffered a bittersweet weekend after rough weather forced an early end to the event on safety grounds.