Local community groups and projects are set to benefit from the £100,000 fund from the 147th Open at Carnoustie in July.
Councillor David Cheape
A storm has blown up over Angus Council plans to recruit an army of volunteers to keep pavements clear this winter.
U-turn Arbroath councillor David Fairweather has emerged as the front runner for the Angus hotseat as an increasingly bitter war of words sweeps through the chamber.
Multi-million pound business park proposals for the north east of Carnoustie have been approved by councillors.
A spat over Angus representation on an important Tayside body which triggered accusations of “revenge politics” has bubbled back to the surface of the council chamber.
Carnoustie and Monifieth police stations are being lined up for relocation in moves which community leaders hope will be good news for the burghs.
The removal of a one-time Angus administration councillor from a key role on a Tayside-wide body had led to claims of “revenge politics” in the local chamber.
Carnoustie’s “jewel in the crown” championship golf course has become a battlefield in an increasingly bitter row over local representation in the running of the prestigious links.
A dream retirement home in an historic Angus forest has been given the go-ahead, despite fears it will open the floodgates to development there.
A wall of secrecy has been put up over the discussions about Angus Council’s recycling centre re-think which saved the Monifieth facility.