Enforcement action against Travellers in St Cyrus has been put on hold despite the “continued risk to life and property”.
Travellers who set up camp at St Cyrus five years ago have made a fresh bid to remain at their illegal site.
Scottish Government slammed as planning battle at St Cyrus looks set for further twist with new application looming
The Scottish Government has been accused of washing its hands of the enforcement saga at a Travellers site in St Cyrus.
Probe at North Esk Park amid allegations St Cyrus Travellers breached court order banning new work at site
An investigation has been launched in St Cyrus after Travellers were accused of breaching a court order by continuing to develop the unauthorised site.
Court order slapped down on St Cyrus Travellers to stop further work as enforcement saga takes fresh twist
A council has been forced to go to court to stop further work at an illegal Mearns housing estate.
A 1920s tin can which washed up on a Mearns beach has illustrated the “ruinous effect of disposable culture”.
The growing threat of climate change has put the Angus and the Mearns coastline at the heart of a new multi-million flood warning scheme.
A wildlife charity has raised the alarm after grey squirrels were spotted in a key red squirrel conservation area in the Mearns.
A Mearns man has returned to the scene of a cliff drama which has remained a mystery for 54 years.
A coastal path along a dismantled Mearns railway line could be restored to its former glory.