It may have taken a little longer than the seven days of creation.
Members of a Mearns congregation are feeling flush after five years of fundraising to provide their church with indoor toilets - for the first time since 1854.
The fight has started to save parts of a beloved Mearns coastal route which are in danger of being lost forever.
St Cyrus Travellers are putting their faith in ‘changing attitudes’ saving them from eviction.
The A92 has reopened after a two-vehicle crash caused a six-mile road closure in the Mearns area.
Travellers behind an unauthorised site at St Cyrus have requested a hearing to settle flooding concerns at the centre of a six-year planning battle.
Scottish Ministers have decided to call in the controversial North Esk Park planning approval at St Cyrus.
Further delays in North Esk Park Traveller saga at St Cyrus as call-in decision delayed for another month
Another month of delays in the St Cyrus Traveller saga has been described “unacceptable”.
Scottish Government ministers have been accused of erecting a “wall of silence” over a Mearns Traveller encampment.
Time is running out for the Scottish Government to call in the controversial North Esk Park planning approval.