The saga surrounding the future of Forfar’s former Lochside leisure centre has been branded a “fiasco” after a top-level admission that the authority considered backtracking on bulldozing the building.
Councillor Lynne Devine
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.
New moves to put the brakes on drivers in and around Forfar have received the green light – and may go further still.
Arbroath residents have been promised a swift conclusion to the 12-year pedestrian crossing saga which has dogged the town’s West Port area.
Planning chiefs are on the trail of owners of an illegal “eyesore” dump which has sprung up in the centre of Forfar alongside one of the town's busiest roads.
Angus councillors are disappointed a troubled “monstrosity” remains standing at a popular beauty spot in the height of the tourist season.
A political row is brewing after Angus Council's new "voice" on the board of NHS Tayside failed to attend the first meeting held since his appointment.
A historical hidden gem in the heart of Forfar has been given a new lease of life.
Forfar’s chickens may still find it a bit of a struggle, but crossing the road has just been made a little easier for their prickly pals.
The ruling group on Angus Council has been branded a “cabal” involved in antics akin to an episode of political television satire Yes Minister in the escalating row over the authority’s change of leadership.