Almost 90% of residents in Carnoustie have seen an increase in fly-tipping since the decision to remove skips across Angus, according to a poll.
Residents in Monifieth have been left frustrated over the length of time Angus Council has taken to install play equipment at Ashludie Park.
Rail travellers in Angus are being promised an improved service with more trains calling at three stations.
The vice chairman of Monifieth Athletic Football Club has spoken out after their football pitches were vandalised by rogue drivers.
Monifeth and District Rotary held its most successful clean-up yet of a beach at the Barry Buddon Training Camp.
A teenager has won a Monifieth High School music competition which is sponsored by a former pupil-turned-businessman
A pensioner is facing claims he sexually assaulted a child in Monifieth.
Sentence was deferred on a man who hit his partner with a toy fire truck.
Households that have not received any bin collections since the beginning of the Angus bin strike will be prioritised next week.
The manager of McDonald’s in Monifieth has said it is a “miracle” no one was injured when a group of youths caused an aerosol can to explode inside the restaurant.
Environmentalists braved biting wind and rain to clear Monifieth beach – and turned up plastic packaging not seen for almost 30 years.
A serial thief who flouted a driving ban for the fifth time has been locked up.
A talented local dancer who has performed around the world is to return to Dundee for a show.
A Monifieth mum is raising money to mount a legal battle she claims is needed to protect special needs children from restraint and isolation in schools.
A banned driver who flouted her disqualification for the fifth time has been warned she faces a jail term.
A 14-year-old Dundee boy who went missing last night has been traced.
A Dundee mum has made a desperate plea for her 14-year-old son to get in touch.
Dundee residents have reacted with outrage after an Angus councillor suggested his residents could use the city’s dumps after losing their own.
The photograph and reference on December 15 to a DC Thomson inter-departmental football league in BwB brought back happy memories and provoked comment from Mike Jeffries.
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.