Selfish motorists risking the safety of children at an Angus primary school have forced the temporary closure of the car park in the front of the building.
Councillor Lynne Devine
A £400,000 expansion of a Brechin primary school has been cancelled after private sector nurseries took up the offer of windfall cash to help meet rules for early years provision.
A boarded up former keeper’s cottage in an Angus public park could be put up for rent in a bid to protect the area from vandals.
The company behind plans to build roadside services next to the southern stretch of the A90 has been urged to start work on the crucial project.
Patience over a lack of toilet provision at a popular Angus beauty spot has turned to anger as visitors endure yet another summer season with limited facilities.
Mindless “scumbags” have left a trail of destruction after smashing their way through an Angus town centre and destroying newly planted trees in a public park.
Angus head teachers have been cautioned against spending money donated to schools to help pupils “for the benefit of staff” instead.
An Angus town centre is facing another retail casualty as an iconic bakery looks set to close its doors.
The number of internal fraud investigations carried out by Angus Council has doubled in the past year.
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