The council tax freeze should be scrapped to find “local solutions to local problems”, according to the Angus-based head of an expert group on rural affairs.
A parent has complained after Yes campaigners canvassed children at the gates of a Tayside school.
Angus North MSP Nigel Don has been dumped by his own party members ahead of next year’s Holyrood election.
A major row has broken out over college funding after it was revealed Dundee and Angus College was forced to turn down more applicants than it accepted this year.
People suffering from the debilitating motor neuron disease may not be given free personal care even if they have a doctor’s note to prove they are dying, a leading charity has claimed.
Senior management at councils in Tayside, Fife and Central Scotland were paid almost £6 million of public money in just one year, according to a report published.
Almost 5% of Tayside’s police officers are poised to be moved from the streets to a control room, senior figures within the force have revealed.
Labour’s candidate for Angus in the 2015 general election has been forced to quit after tweeting a picture which seemed to compare Yes protesters to Nazis.
“Major changes” would have to be made to Fife’s defence industry in the event of independence, a Scottish Government minister has admitted.
Scotland’s First Minister has admitted two-thirds of future oil revenues would not make it into the country’s coffers.