Brechin retailers are the latest group to express concern at the introduction of parking charges across the county, and met with Brechin and Edzell Conservative councillor Gavin Nicol to discuss the issue.
The continued cull of Angus minor illness and injury units could lead to a “two-tier” local health service and a winter of discontent for rural residents, it has been claimed.
A 33-year-old Brechin man has been reported to police following an indecent exposure incident on a train between Dundee and Aberdeen.
Stracathro Hospital campaigners who led the effort to secure the Angus facility’s future almost two decades ago fear the crisis engulfing NHS Tayside may, again, put the hospital at risk.
Vandalism to Brechin’s Watson Watt statue has been condemned by the group whose dedication delivered the town’s first public art statue.
A teenage vandal is being hunted by police after graffiti was daubed across Brechin – including the defacing of the town’s Watson Watt statue in St Ninian’s Square.
Fresh recognition has been given to the Angus man who became known as the Father of Radar with a heritage nod to the Brechin house where he was born.
Angus South SNP MSP Graeme Dey has entered the escalating row over the introduction of parking charges, claiming the scheme could ruin local businesses.
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Police and Brechin High School have delivered a zero-tolerance message after the burgh became the latest local community to suffer anti-social behaviour at the hands of young thugs.