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.
Developers have signalled their intention to develop a disused Angus airfield into an extensive enterprise park.
Battle lines have again been drawn over parking charges in Angus with moves to remove the fees in some towns due to go before elected members.
An application to Angus alcohol licensing chiefs has triggered a flurry of concerns by the police.
Short-stay parking in Angus could double from two hours to four under the latest plan.
An Angus school has been forced to close due to a “building issue”.
An appeal has been lodged with the Scottish Government against the refusal of 260 homes on the edge of Carnoustie.
Community wardens are coming under increasing verbal and physical attack while carrying out their duties in Angus.
A union representing staff at Angus Council has announced strike dates in a dispute over the introduction of shift work for bin staff.
A 12-year-old pupil at an Angus secondary school is expected to be reported to the Youth Justice Assessor following an alleged knife incident on school grounds.
Dundee has slammed the brakes on Angus residents crossing the border to dump their rubbish in city skip sites.
Council workers in Angus are to go on strike over a dispute about changes to working hours.
Council staff have told a senior boss to “get stuffed” after he “told them off” for parking in the streets when their own car parks are packed out by locals avoiding new charges.
Parents and carers whose poor driving is risking the lives of children during the school run could be invited back to the classroom to learn about road safety.
Vandals have again targeted parking meters installed by Angus Council, this time in Arbroath.
Perth and Kinross councillors were accused of being “anti-Dundee” after a vote on usurping the larger city as the lead in the Tay Cities partnership was defeated by the narrowest of margins.
Dundee residents have reacted with outrage after an Angus councillor suggested his residents could use the city’s dumps after losing their own.
On the outskirts of Dundee, a whole new community is coming to life after years of planning.
An Angus councillor says he wants to “get on with what I was elected to do” after being censured for a personal attack on a school chaplain.