The age old generation gap has developed into a monumental yawning chasm for two groups - who on the face of it - should have a great deal in common.
Whatever the result, the May elections will herald a period of real change for Perth and Kinross with many long-serving councillors deciding not to stand for re-election.
A lost world of high living enjoyed by rich industrialists and the landed gentry is vividly brought back to life in a new book.
A windfarm which would have been seen from Scotland’s best-preserved Roman fort has been rejected.
An MSP has accused a parking company of “intimidating” people into paying unenforceable parking fines issued in a Perth car park.
The centenary of a bloody battle which was particularly costly for Scottish regiments fighting in the First World War was marked on Sunday.
Items from a fondly remembered Perth business, which boasted a prime minister among its customers, are being auctioned in the city.
The public have been warned of the dangers of blooms of potentially hazardous blue-green algae in waterways across Dundee, Angus and Perth and Kinross.
A Perth barber escaped injury in a dramatic accident after a car mounted the pavement and smashed through the window of his business.
Work has begun on a ground-breaking earthquake-resistant building in Nepal, thanks to the generosity of the people of Fife and Perthshire.