A family feud which saw an Angus personal licence holder convicted of assault resulted in a formal warning after he failed to inform licensing authorities of the conviction.
Noise experts are to monitor music levels at a top Tayside resort venue in a bid to end an eight-month row with a resident on the estate.
A spitting Angus businessman is being hauled before local licensing chiefs after they were given details of “shocking” conduct against his ex-partner.
An Angus guest house owner has been warned to be a good neighbour after being granted a premises licence.
A popular Angus pub hung on to its licence after Police Scotland alleged “numerous” breaches of regulations.
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”.