Scottish Ministers have decided to call in the controversial North Esk Park planning approval at St Cyrus.
A community ownership plan to turn a historic Mearns mill into a visitor centre has won the backing of planners.
A Mearns road which was closed due to subsidence is due to reopen on Thursday.
Time is running out for the Scottish Government to call in the controversial North Esk Park planning approval.
Homelessness in Angus has dropped to its lowest level in five years.
Its thunderous cacophony could have been the sound of a jet engine skimming the mouth of the River North Esk, but was infact the booming voice of Mother Nature.
Demands for the Scottish Government to call-in the North Esk Park planning approval have begun in the immediate aftermath of a controversial green light for the Travellers’ site on the Aberdeenshire/Angus border.
‘Justice and common sense has prevailed’: St Cyrus Travellers shed tears of joy as councillors back site
Travellers shed tears of joy as councillors dramatically voted to allow them to remain on their unauthorised St Cyrus site.
Carnoustie is continuing to reveal the story of its ancient past in the latest excavation works linked to a major residential and business development.
Weak edge beams will prompt more traffic misery for Fourdon residents when a collapsed wall is rebuilt.