More than 20 “starving” animals have been removed from the care of their “horse whisperer” owner in Fife.
Plans to almost double the number of homes in a bitterly disputed Kinross development have been put on hold after the developer was accused of trying to sneak through the proposal.
Butterstone pupils could return to the special school’s Dunkeld site this year after an alternative education company emerged with a proposal to run services there.
Pressure is mounting on the Scottish Government over the botched closure of the New School at Butterstone after it was revealed 18 of the school’s 24 pupils still have no school to attend.
A major interactive exhibition in Perth city centre will focus on the area’s myths, legends and other strange tales when it opens in March this year.
A former Perthshire MP is facing calls to hand back her OBE after being found guilty of professional misconduct.
Scottish Government calls in multi-million pound Murray Royal planning decision after repeated council delays
Scottish ministers will decide on the future of the Murray Royal site after councillors dragged their heels on plans for 128 new houses.
‘They lost the plot’: Garage worker seriously injured as police treat Perthshire hit-and-run as attempted murder
A young garage worker has been seriously injured in a hit-and-run attack in Birnam that the police are treating as attempted murder.
Police have thanked the public for helping to find a runaway puppy after its owner was involved in a road accident.
A much-needed link road in Auchterarder will be open to the public by mid-autumn after councillors approved plans for 128 new houses in the town.