Never a man to mince his words.
Councillor Bill Duff
‘I’ve never had a bad bridie’: Locals hit back after Forfar’s famous delicacy branded ‘low quality processed meat product’
An Angus councillor has launched an astonishing attack on the world-famous Forfar bridie, branding it a “low quality processed meat product” that is not fit to feature in a planned £15 million food culture hub.
A wave of political posturing has engulfed the dredging licence row which it has been claimed could threaten the future prosperity of Montrose port.
Arbroath residents have been promised a swift conclusion to the 12-year pedestrian crossing saga which has dogged the town’s West Port area.
Angus Council’s leader and his ousted predecessor have put up a wall of silence amid growing concern over the potential Tay Cities Deal outcome for the area.
Angus villages will not be left out in the cold over winter street-clearing provision.
Anger as ethic watchdog clears SNP councillors of any wrongdoing over Damacre Centre spat with community council
A community council has been left “appalled” after SNP councillors were cleared of any wrongdoing by a watchdog.
Flags + Angus = Trouble
A pair of new library vans will hit the roads of Angus in 2019 – reaching parts of the county the current vehicles can’t.
The "end of an era" has been reached as health chiefs confirmed the last patients have left Montrose Royal Infirmary but no date has been set for building to go on the market.