Blocking equipment installed on phones belonging to older and more vulnerable Angus residents has prevented 81,643 nuisance calls from getting through.
Angus Council chiefs may go to auction in a bid to rescue Brechin’s former Flicks nightclub for affordable housing.
Hopes of a U-turn on off-street parking charges have been dashed as councillors agreed the rates that will come into force across Angus within weeks.
Construction on a new £14.1 million shared schools campus has officially has got under way.
A record 172,000 spectators watched the 147th Open at Carnoustie, while businesses enjoyed a roaring trade before and during the competition.
Angus Council has performed a U-turn on a move to cut pavement gritting in the region’s rural villages.
Community council members and residents have slammed plans for two new caravan pitches for Travellers – close to an existing site.
The controversial reintroduction of charges in Angus car parks has been delayed.
Scottish ministers have given the go-ahead for the conversion of Arbroath’s Baltic Mill into flats.
An Arbroath man has set his sights on hosting a Hogmanay celebration in the town centre.
Proposed changes to recycling centres have been branded “nuts”.
A paedophile has been released on bail so a court can assess if he will be suitable for living in supported accommodation.
Designated blue badge parking spaces on Angus streets will be created on a case-by-case basis.
One of Tayside’s youngest elected councillors has revealed his girlfriend was subjected to a vicious racist slur as they walked together through the centre of Dundee.
Families living on the edge of Dundee are expected to benefit from a planned shake-up of school holiday dates.
After 40 years of service one of Carnoustie’s longest serving fire fighters has retired.
A roundabout on a busy coastal road is set to be given a six-figure renovation.
Plans for a new joint primary school and early years facility in Arbroath have been approved.
Plans for a new accommodation development have run into opposition from neighbours amid concerns about traffic and noise.
Cash-strapped councils across Tayside and Fife have spent £1.5 million in compensation for injuries to staff in five years.