The ‘Scottish play’ is synonymous with Perthshire, given the presence of Birnam Wood, Dunsinane Hill and the history of the real 10th Century Scottish king, Macbeth, who inspired Shakespeare to write the play.
Guerrilla tactics including spraying a winged gargoyle on an eyesore hotel could shame its owner into selling the building, it has been claimed.
Former Perthshire vet Duncan McMartin died peacefully at home in the United States from complications following routine surgery.
One of the men jailed for stealing 200,000 pounds worth of jewellery during a robbery at the home of Sarah Gloag is set to appeal against his conviction.
A series of meetings to push for a Tay Cities Deal are to be held over the next few days.
A pizza chef accused of murder told cops his alleged victim was “like a father” to him, a jury’s been told.
A female drugs gang was jailed for a combined total of nearly eight years after being involved in a £10,000 heroin handover.
A woman who left her friend scarred for life by stabbing her repeatedly and then wrapping the injuries in Sellotape was jailed for 18 months.
The Scottish Military Vehicle Group (SMVG) hosted their eighth annual Military Swap Meet at the Institute Hall, Bridge of Earn.
A man interrupted court to plead guilty to assaulting and robbing a Tayside businesswoman’s daughter of £200,000 of jewellery after he heard her give evidence.