Brechin residents have been urged to play their part in pinpointing the culprits behind a suspicious blaze in the latest local incident of potentially lethal anti-social behaviour.
Angus Councillor David Fairweather
Council offices in the centre of Forfar have finally been vacated, more than four years after being at the centre of a controversial Wetherspoons ‘superpub’ plan.
Angus Council’s leadership team have given a cautious welcome to the expected announcement today that the Scottish Government will fund the remaining £35 million required to construct the Cross Tay Link Road at Perth.
Early doubts have been cast over plans to create one of Scotland’s biggest solar farms on the Angus/Dundee border.
Parking charges in Angus could struggle to reach half their projected full-year income at current rates, new figures have shown.
Suspended Angus administration councillor Richard Moore falls on sword over standards hearing outcome
A disgraced Angus councillor suspended for his sexist conduct towards four female victims has stepped down from the authority’s ruling coalition - but will remain a ward representative.
“Dimwit” vandals have trashed a memorial garden in the latest wanton act of vandalism to blight Arbroath this summer.
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.