People in St Cyrus who objected to the controversial Travellers site in the village will have another chance to give their views about the development.
Hill walking enthusiasts from across Britain were greeted with clear blue skies as the Angus Glens Walking Festival started.
A group of kind-hearted Angus youngsters have been trained how to operate a defibrillator – so their pal can get out to play football.
A holiday for an Angus disability group is under threat due to the lack of a van driver.
Aberdeenshire Council’s decision to grant consent to a vast Travellers site which was built without planning permission has “effectively rendered the planning system in Scotland redundant” according to a North East MSP.
An Arbroath councillor has donated all his travel expenses to charity, stating he didn’t feel “comfortable” keeping the money at a time the council is cutting back on services.
A Carnoustie councillor has claimed that ‘Team Angus’ is dead after it emerged that all opposition councillors have resigned from Angus Council’s cross-party policy and budget setting group.
The Friends of Stonehaven Open Air Pool have a busy fundraising weekend ahead, just a week before the 2016 official opening.
Angus Council is intending to offer dedicated housing officers to each sheltered housing complex in the latest development in the tenancy support officer saga.
Arbroath Rotarians were given an update on the V&A project in Dundee by development manager Sam Edmond.