Prejudice towards the Gypsy Traveller community has led generations of community members to hide their identities, organisers of an event aimed at breaking down barriers have said.
Grieving relatives had to get down on their hands and knees to scrub hardened grass cuttings from the graves of loved ones at a Kinross cemetery.
People are being offered a chance to own a piece of theatre history as a Tayside venue sells of hundreds of its costumes.
Thieves have raided one of Scotland’s most remote parking meters, in a crime branded “despicable”.
Death rates could rise this winter if a no-deal Brexit disrupts the supply of the flu vaccine, a charity has warned.
Volunteers have been left scratching their heads after a rare monkey puzzle tree was stolen from a Crieff graveyard.
Some of Perth and Kinross’ best known landmarks are to be recreated in cake form as a baking festival returns for its third year.
A patient punched her GP in the face at a Perth doctors’ surgery.
A back road between Rattray and Alyth has been closed "for the foreseeable future".
A former murder accused who pretended to be her own sister to avoid a driving charge has been banned from the roads.