A local council is preparing to scrap burial fees for children under 18.
Council funding has been slashed by up to £100 a head in Tayside and Fife in five years, according to Holyrood researchers.
A councillor is challenging the local authority to “up the pace” in Daily Mile participation.
Opening hours at Angus recycling centres are to be extended in response to problems which have arisen since they were slashed earlier this year.
An OAP was today jailed after he admitted a £45,000 benefit scam.
Children as young as three could soon be given lessons on the dangers of substance misuse, under preliminary plans drawn up by local councils in Tayside.
A large retail centre could be built in Monifieth High Street, it can be revealed.
The risk of flooding in the Downfield area is set to be assessed in a new report by two local authorities.
Plans to build a petrol station, restaurant and shopping area just off the A90 have been described as ‘‘positive’’.
Parents can now lodge an appeal if their children are refused free school transport in the local area.
Angus Council has been told to clean up its act over the “disgusting” litter-strewn state of the A90 roadside.
East Renfrewshire Council has told its Angus counterparts that bringing in ID checks at its skips has been an overwhelming success.
Residents of Monifieth and Carnoustie are benefitting from later opening hours at their local recycling centres until the end of September.
Retailers have joined the campaign against parking charges in Angus and called for a council rethink on the proposed 15-minute period of grace.
Councillors will be asked to give the green light to new speed restrictions in Angus in response to community concerns.
An Angus councillor hoping to stamp out dog fouling has been told mobile CCTV can’t be brought into the fight because it would be an intrusion into the privacy of locals.
Parking campaigners could see their demands come partly true after council chiefs said they might meet them halfway.
Plans to build two artificial football pitches in Monifieth have been submitted to council planners.
Thousands of residents across Tayside and Fife are on secretive council “watch lists” and some records go back more than 40 years.
Reports of whale intestines washed up on Monifieth beach have been dealt with by Angus Council.