The youngest elected member on Angus Council has called for the youth of Angus to have their voices heard on the local authority’s children and learning committee.
A Forfar councillor has given his backing to calls for a safety assessment to be carried out on a busy road used by young people.
The so-called Beast from the East has blasted a near £1 million hole in Angus Council’s fragile budget after battering the area in the worst winter for a decade and a half.
A £2 million plan to transform a former Monifieth school building into a community hub has gone up in smoke.
Sir, – Surely not even the most ardent Scottish Nationalist or committed Republican would begrudge the fact that the wedding of Harry and Meghan was a joyous and uplifting pageant watched by millions throughout the world.
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A historic street in Forfar which draws visitors from around the world has been given a deep clean thanks to local business owners.
Parents in Angus are being asked to fork out hundreds of pounds to pay Angus Council to cut the grass for schools sports days.
A special coating is being applied to an Angus paddling pool to prevent accidents this summer.
The loss of vital funds to help with the running costs of the William Lamb Studio has been met with fury by residents of Montrose.