A leading Angus figure is urging people to be aware of a life threatening condition, after almost losing his daughter to the condition.
Councillor Ronnie Proctor
Pupils at a rural Angus primary school damaged by fire have been decanted for the final two days of term.
Community champions from an Angus supermarket are leading the way in combating litter in the area.
Crumbling Angus roads are showing an accelerating rate of deterioration as pothole problems mount up for the under-pressure council.
Musicians of all ages and abilities are fine tuning their skills ahead of Angus’ premier music festival, and organisers are urging the public to come and enjoy the performances.
Moves to immediately suspend Angus car parking charges and slash the annual permit cost from £260 to £65 have been blocked.
A British Army recruitment campaign which targets ‘snowflakes’ and ‘class clowns’ has been slammed by veterans, as recruitment levels fail to meet targets.
An indoor war memorial that could have been lost from sight in a rural Angus church, is once again on display to the public.
A red flag warning over an unpaid direct action bill has been placed on Kirriemuir’s town centre Hooks Hotel building in the latest twist to the saga surrounding the site.
An Angus town is to be left with no physical bank after the Bank of Scotland announced it will close its Kirriemuir branch next year.