Efforts to tackle teacher shortages in Angus have been defended by the Scottish Government.
A Forfar family who lost their teenage daughter to cancer is ensuring the fundraising legacy of the popular 'Laura’s Fun Day' will continue.
Angus Council is driving forward ambitious plans to improve road safety near the Westway Retail Park in Arbroath, despite the fact it will use up almost all of its relevant budget.
"For sale" signs are about to go up outside Montrose Royal Infirmary.
The wheels have come off plans to expand the services offered by Angus Cycle Hub after its bid for £50,000 from the Arbroath Common Good Fund was thrown out.
Campaigners fighting the proposed closure of Stracathro Primary School are continuing to pile on the pressure, claiming a suitability survey carried out by Angus Council was “invalid” and should be rendered “null and void.”
An Angus-based architect has fused his Irish background with jewellery designs created by the Maasai tribe to design a school and cultural centre in Kenya.
A stark warning over a funding gap for the ambitious 30-year Angus schools programme was delivered as Angus Council fired the starting gun on the far-reaching strategy bring new builds, merged campuses and closures.
A GP has slammed the new Angus Care Model for inpatient services, claiming the views of patients and local medics have been ignored.
An Angus businesswoman who has used her personal life experiences and her police career to set up a flourishing business has had her work recognised with a top national award.