Andrew Dingwall, who is currently the Coordinator for Counselling in Schools for Tayside will take up his new role as head teacher of Monifieth High School from 18 October, succeeding MC McInally who retired from the school at the start of October.
Thursday 14 October 2021
We're teaming up with Perth & Kinross and Dundee City councils to tackle the scourge of fly-tipping. Fly-tipping is the illegal dumping of rubbish and people caught fly-tipping can face anything from a £200 fixed penalty to a fine of £40,000 if prosecuted.
Published on Monday 11 October 2021
Every year, we experience disruptive weather conditions that make travel for key workers extremely challenging. When this happens, the Tayside Local Resilience Partnership turns to a dedicated team of 4x4 volunteers to help get these people to where they need to be.
Published on Friday 8 October 2021
Public drop-in events to further engage with residents of Arbroath around the Place For Everyone project will take place at the Abbeygate Centre, Arbroath on Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 October.
Monday 4 October 2021
We are backing Challenge Poverty Week with a range of online training and awareness raising workshops to highlight the support available for people living with or facing poverty, with a focus on co-ordinating and developing services that meets the needs of people facing poverty in Angus.
Friday 1 October 2021
We are appealing to drivers of tractors, agricultural and other large vehicles to help keep the county’s roads clear of mud and, where it’s needed, to clean up after using the roadways.
Published on Friday 1 October 2021
Family pandemic payment Arrangements are in place for ‘Scottish Child Payment’ to be made to eligible families during the week commencing 27 September 2021.
Tuesday 28 September 2021
Roadworks are due to be carried out in Montrose from next week. The works involve resurfacing to the north of the town at the A92 North Esk Road junctions of A92 Charleton Road and A937 Coronation Avenue and Waldron Road.
Published on Tuesday 12 September 2021
A brand-new food trail in Arbroath is putting Angus on the map as a destination of choice for foodies.  
Monday 13 September 2021
Angus Council’s Annual Performance Report 2020-21 captures the hard work and commitment of staff in delivering a highly effective service to the people of Angus while responding to the challenges of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Published on Friday 10 September 2021
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Angus Open Unit want to hear from young people interested in achieving a Bronze, Silver or Gold Award.
Published on Wednesday 8 September 2021
Some parts of Angus have seen delays to their waste and recycling bin collections in recent weeks following staff shortages due to COVID-19 absences.
Published on Tuesday 7 September 2021
Roadworks will be carried out next week in Forfar. On Monday 13 and Tuesday 14 September*, East High Street will be closed while the road is resurfaced at East Port lights, between Brander Ha’ and the junction of North Street and South Street. A diversion will be via South Street and South Street.
Published on Monday 6 September 2021
During Suicide Prevention Week (6-12 September 2021), we’ll be raising awareness of suicide, encouraging people to talk about it openly and to get support, and sharing what help is available in Tayside.
Friday 3 September 2021
Do you live in Angus? Discover the many amazing attractions and experiences that are on your doorstep by getting involved in the ‘My Angus’ programme of events and special offers running from Monday 20 to Sunday 26 September across Angus.
Monday 30 August 2021
From Monday 6 September, work will start on a six-week project to upgrade the drainage at Carnoustie Beach.
Thursday 26 August 2021
For the last few weeks Angus Council and Angus Health and Social Care Partnership have been working with colleagues in the MOD, the Home Office, and COSLA, to put plans in place to accommodate former Afghan interpreters and their families who are being re-located to the UK, because of the potential dangers posed to them by the Taliban regime in
Published on Thursday 19 August 2021
Angus gets ready to welcome golfers, a global TV audience of millions and thousands of spectators to The AIG’s Women’s Open at Carnoustie this week (19-22 August).
Published Wednesday 18 August 2021
Once upon a lockdown, in the deep depth of doom, Coronavirus kicked down the front door and had taken over the world.  With schools shutting their doors, the children from Letham Primary School in Forfar were over the moon thinking they would escape the pages of work they had to write at school, but they were wrong!
Friday 13 August 2021
Schools in Angus are set to welcome pupils back to the classroom today (Wednesday 11 August 2021). Cllr Ron Sturrock, Vice Convener of Children and Learning Committee extends a warm welcome to young people, families and carers and teaching staff.
Wednesday 11 August 2021
Best wishes to all of our young people formally receiving their SQA exam results today (Tuesday 10 August).
Tuesday 10 August 2021
Vehicle exclusion zones at Ferryden Primary School, Muirfield Primary School and Langlands Primary School in Angus are set to continue when children return to school on Wednesday 11 August 2021.
Monday 9 August 2021
Angus Council schools reopen to staff on Tuesday 10 August, and to children and young people on Wednesday 11 August.
Tuesday 3 August, 2021
A new art trail designed by children and young people launched today (Friday 23 July 2021) in Monifieth with eight artworks spread throughout the town encouraging people to explore and discover hidden gems as they follow the trail.
Friday 23 July 2021
Following the decision made at council on 24 June 2021(report 218/21), Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has been appointed to market a purpose-built leisure centre in Forfar for lease.
Tuesday 20 July 2021
Artists from across Angus are supporting Forfar Action Network’s summer programme of gala art displaying their artwork throughout Forfar from Friday 16 July to the end of September.
Monday 19 July 2021
We've launched a public transport services survey today (Wednesday 14 July 2021). This is to ensure that the council, with the public’s help can improve on how they deliver public transport services in Angus.
Wednesday 14 July 2021
We are looking for your views and ideas on what they should prioritise their winter road services spend on, this includes treating roads and pavements, as well as providing grit bins for members of the public.
Wednesday 14 July 2021
Local residents are being warned not to lose their voice on decisions that affect them by making sure their electoral registration details are up to date.
Published on 27 June 2021