Angus Council is staring into a deepening black hole of lost revenue from its unpopular off-street parking charges.
Police were called to an Angus primary school after pupils were caught sharing adult material with other classmates.
Companies affected by the collapse of McGill have been scrambling to prevent damage from the resulting fallout.
It would have been one of the first lines of defence against Hitler’s hordes, had Nazi forces stormed Barry Buddon during the Second World War.
Changes aimed at achieving savings through increased recycling and more efficient use of people, equipment and recycling centres are set to be made in Angus.
Union members have voted 98% in favour of a strike ballot for staff at Angus Council.
The roll of an Angus school could be forced to expand after plans were unveiled to overlap its catchment area with Dundee.
Work to repair a collapsed wall at Arbroath Harbour “will not be cheap”, a councillor has warned.
“We take the person as they come, understand their experiences and we work hard to try and help them recover from what they have been through.”
A Dundee MP has called for a review into “damaging” parking charges which have been introduced in a town in his constituency.
Angus parking ticket income fell across the area’s off-street car parks over the festive period.
A developer has warned that the conversion of a former hotel is in jeopardy unless a further housing application is approved.
Major plans for a multi-million-pound retail development in Angus have been lodged with council planning officials.
A recycling centre is to close for about a month from Sunday in the latest stage of a £250,000 revamp at the busy site.
Early doubts have been cast over plans to create one of Scotland’s biggest solar farms on the Angus/Dundee border.
A Tayside councillor is to face a conduct hearing over a spat in which he accused a school chaplain of being an “extreme anti-LBGTQ+ activist”.
Proposals to build a school campus, sports complex and library facilities for children from Dundee, Angus and Perthshire have been submitted to Dundee City Council.
A Christmas tree labelled the “worst in the country” is set to be pulled down ahead of the big day.
Council bosses have approved plans for a 24-hour Costa Coffee outlet at an Angus retail park.
Angus Council’s under-pressure leader has admitted he could step away from the role within weeks.