Staff at a Perth gym have launched a new class to make fitness accessible to everyone.
Controversial plans to raise the cost of respite care have been shelved due to uncertainty over new legislation.
Crucial roadworks to improve an accident blackspot in Crieff will be delayed by at least six months.
A man responsible for storing fertiliser too close to a burn connected to the River Tay has been fined £1,200.
Weekend opening hours at a Strathearn Hospital will return for one day only as hundreds are expected to flock to the area.
New hotels have been built for a different kind of commuter on the A9 – bees.
Parents who spent years campaigning to save a Carse of Gowrie school open have hit out at plans to close it.
The grieving family of Malcolm McGraw, who was found dead in Pitlochry, say they will be “forever in debt” to everyone who helped search for him.
Soldiers will march through the streets of Perth next month as part of a homecoming tour after a six-month stint in Iraq.
A brave bunch of gym bunnies raised more than £500 for a Perth mental health charity by tackling Britain’s highest mountain three times in less than 24 hours.