Ministers face “real anger” if they do not overhaul “failed” policies aimed at dealing with illegal Traveller sites, Tory MPs have warned.
Police Scotland have been inundated with anti-social behaviour complaints following the return of a Christian festival to Montrose.
St Cyrus residents have told councillors to “stand firm” and kick Travellers off an illegal Mearns housing estate as scheduled.
Hundreds of Travellers are likely to be given at least a six-month extension to their occupation of an unauthorised site in the Mearns.
Council bosses are being urged to act on complaints from residents living near a Kinross-shire Travellers site.
Managers at a city retail park have started legal action against a group of Travellers who have set up camp outside the recently closed Toys ‘R’ Us.
Councillors are at loggerheads over how to deal with a Travellers’ site in Kinross-shire, with one claiming it is a “major concern” to local residents.
A long-running planning saga involving an Angus Travellers site has taken another twist with a new planning application being lodged.
Objectors have been left “surprised” at the low cost to the public purse of a heavily-delayed investigation into the St Cyrus Travellers saga.
Aberdeenshire Council chiefs have warned a government planning ruling may not signal the end of the illegal North Esk Travellers camp at St Cyrus.