Job cuts are looming for adult care staff helping the elderly in Angus as a result of a cost cutting shake-up to services.
Operating smoke alarms have been the biggest factor in the majority of dwelling fires being “low severity” in Angus.
Schools across Arbroath are destined to get on their bikes next week when an initiative being run by Angus Cycle Hub and Angus Active Schools kicks into high gear.
Aberdeenshire Council has been accused of “ripping up the rule book” by granting retrospective planning permission to a vast unauthorised Travellers site in the Mearns.
Angus Council is intending to offer dedicated housing officers to each sheltered housing complex in the latest development in the tenancy support officer saga.
An inquest into the death of an Arbroath woman in Ghana gets under way in an English court on Thursday.
An Angus youngster has been named Scotland’s Young Gamekeeper of the Year.
A move to shift the most serious court cases from Angus to Dundee could lead to erosion in public confidence, an MSP has warned.
A project aimed at 30 people from Africa who live in Angus has received a council grant of almost £5,000.
A grieving Angus mother hopes an inquest to be held later this year will find out the truth behind her daughter’s death in Ghana.