Cash-strapped councils in Courier Country have racked up a £1.1m road crash bill over the past two years.
The organiser of a festival which featured a host of tribute acts at the weekend wants it to become an annual event for Perth.
Friends of a Perth boy who has diabetes have taken part in an epic swimming challenge to raise money for charity.
One of Perthshire’s biggest sporting events was hailed a great success by participants, their families and local businesses.
An influential network of Perthshire businesses has issued a plea to UK ministers for extra help to safeguard hard-pressed local firms.
The man appointed to give a stronger voice to independent business owners in Perth has died.
Hundreds of thousands of visitors from around the world, both physical and virtual, will be invited to learn about Scotland’s industrial heritage by visiting Stanley Mills.
An Arbroath killer deemed “too dangerous” to bring to court will be sentenced “virtually” – making Scottish legal history in the process.
A hapless thief, addled by valium use, found himself chased through the streets of Perth by a small army of fire fighters after trying to rob the emergency service.
Talented Perth vocalists will have a chance to raise their voices in celebration after Sing in the City revealed the home of its 12th Scottish choir.