A bid to bring back forgotten railways in Angus has been described as “pie in the sky” by an enthusiast who successfully fought for the restoration of the Scottish Borders line.
Friends of the Earth Scotland is backing calls to get Beeching’s axed railway lines back on track in Angus.
Motion to be lodged to move some Angus Council meetings to 5pm to make local democracy “more accessible”
Another bid has been launched by the two youngest councillors in Angus to change council meeting times.
Councillors are being urged not to claim back parking expenses when the charges are reintroduced to Angus later this year.
A £500,000 proposal has been put forward to demolish Forfar’s old leisure centre which has become “a magnet for trouble”.
East Renfrewshire Council has told its Angus counterparts bringing in ID checks at its skips has been an overwhelming success.
Councillors will be asked to give the green light to new speed restrictions in Angus in response to community concerns.
A radical proposal has been put forward which would see residents asked to provide ID before they dump rubbish at Angus skips.
“I didn’t get past the word buffoon before I liked the post” – councillors clash over online ‘hanging’ threat
A Tayside councillor has accused a town chamber colleague of supporting an online threat that stated he "should be hung".
A deal is on the table for the sale of historical council buildings that were at the centre of a Forfar 'superpub' debacle.