Angus Council is battling a rising tide of complaints against menacing gulls.
Barriers should be installed at the entrance to a Brechin park to prevent unauthorised access, a local community leader has said.
A new report could sound the death knell for an £11 million Angus retail development.
Tayside’s first outdoor water bottle filling station could be placed in Montrose.
Members of the public have voiced their disgust over the cleanliness of portaloos at Montrose Beach.
A young person is likely to die in the derelict grounds of the former Strathmartine Hospital if break-ins and arson attacks continue, experts have been told.
Education chiefs are probing animal cruelty claims at a Tayside school after teens allegedly “trampled” on a nest of endangered bird eggs.
A businessman has hit out over regular fly-tipping near the site of his new restaurant.
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A major retailer has been given the go-ahead to open in Brechin, despite being accused of portraying the town in a negative light.
A local distillery, nearly two centuries old, is set to expand and open a new visitor centre in a boost for tourism.
Angus Council has turned down a retrospective application to turn land near Kirriemuir into a Traveller site.
Almost 90% of residents in Carnoustie have seen an increase in fly-tipping since the decision to remove skips across Angus, according to a poll.
Residents in Monifieth have been left frustrated over the length of time Angus Council has taken to install play equipment at Ashludie Park.
Feedback on a short survey which opened this week will help to inform the development of cash payment options for off-street parking charges in Angus.
A move to change the arrangements for Angus Council car parks has been delayed.
Carnoustie residents have been assured that the town’s paddling pool will open as normal this year.
Early proposals for a new super school for Tayside have gone on public display – but the timescale for the development has left many parents cold.
Households that have not received any bin collections since the beginning of the Angus bin strike will be prioritised next week.
Further transformations are afoot at Brechin City Hall, where volunteers hope footfall will reach new heights this year.