Ladies and gentlemen, I give you.
Councillor Bill Duff
A top Angus opposition councillor has voiced concerns over the timing of a ruling rainbow coalition re-shuffle on the eve of the area's 2019/20 budget talks.
A dream house in a “perfect” Carnoustie location has cleared the planning process, at the third time of asking.
An Angus councillor has warned greater consideration should be given to which projects receive common good cash, fearing the “whittling” away of funds may lead to problems if urgent repairs are required on common good properties.
Angus councillors are to re-examine the vexed question of charges for the county’s off-street car parks –but only the process of how the controversial system came into being.
Never a man to mince his words.
‘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.