All of Angus Council's off-street car park meters are out of use due to UK-wide "network issues", reports The Courier.
Proposals that will see catering-related jobs created in Angus due to a Tayside-wide shake-up in the way school meals are prepared will go before councillors early next year.
A local man fears he may be forced to close his successful business if he has to pay for a public entertainment licence.
A woman plans to bill the council in a road safety row after claiming she has spent 20 years doing its job.
A major economic deal that is expected to bring thousands of jobs to Tayside and north-east Fife was signed today.
A £12 million Arbroath flood prevention scheme has moved to its next stage.
Employers across Dundee and Angus are being offered the chance to discuss the benefits of recruiting from the one in three men and one in 10 women who have a criminal conviction.
A Tayside council has decided to close two primary schools.
Angus Council is to contact hundreds of people who have registered for parking permits to clarify the rules of the new system.
The introduction of new policies at an Angus children’s home has been highlighted as a “major success” in the continuing transformation of the once-troubled facility.
A new pub, cafe and shop could open in a village on the coastal route between Dundee and Angus if plans are approved.
Angus motorists have had a mixed reaction to new parking charges which have come into force.
A move to stop people from walking into Fife’s household waste recycling centres has prompted a call for a more “measured” approach.
Angus culture chiefs have apologised over a poppy appeal furore which veterans feared would cause collection boxes to be banned from Forfar facilities.
Local councillor slams ‘boys will be boys’ culture in powerful plea to tackle domestic abuse against women
A strong message in the fight against gender-based abuse and a “boys will be boys” culture has been sent out after an Angus councillor’s powerful plea to tackle domestic abuse and violence against women.
A former blacksmith’s workshop just outside Dundee could soon be demolished and replaced with new eco-friendly homes under plans submitted to the local council.
Charges are to be introduced in three off-street car parks in Carnoustie from November 1, as part of an Angus-wide initiative.
Angus Council is calling on parents, carers, staff and children in Monifieth to give their views on cluster schools.
More than 81,000 scam calls prevented after local council installs blocker on phones of elderly people
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.