A complaint has been lodged to SNP top brass in Edinburgh about the conduct of three Angus councillors.
Residents in an Angus side street have demanded the right to park outside their front door without being hit with a £60 fine.
Scotland’s most senior police officer has been criticised after he singled out Arbroath as the most deprived area of Angus in a report on underage drinking.
An application to site a burger van opposite an Angus beauty spot has been thrown out by councillors.
A councillor has called for the lights to be switched off on common good funding being used for Christmas displays in Angus.
SNP councillors have declared any move towards Edinburgh-style parking controls in Angus should be a “non-starter”.
Licensing chiefs have delivered a broadside to the new operator of a popular Angus café after branding their failure to turn up to an important meeting an “absolute disgrace”.
Arbroath councillor Alex King has hailed proposals to build two new primary schools in the town.
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Sir, - How hypocritical can the chairwoman of Carnoustie Links Management Committee be when she states: “At the same time we must look after local players and season ticket holders, making golf accessible and available locally.”