Perth was crowned “Scotland’s Christmas capital” at the weekend as it hosted the country’s biggest lights switch-on celebrations.
A Perth school is celebrating after winning £7,500 of funding for an innovative project which allows the elderly to escape the confines of their homes and take to the open road.
A massive red deer will help to point tourists towards the rich wildlife of Highland Perthshire.
For more than 150 years Perth Show has been a popular, once a year meeting point for the people of the city and the farming community.
The foot of Perth’s High Street was cordoned off after reports of a person in the River Tay. Four fire units, the technical rescue unit, along with ambulance and police attended shortly after 4.30pm on Wednesday, but were quickly stood down. They made a precautionary check but it was ascertained to be a false alarm.
Of all the man-made alterations to the stunning scenery of the Highlands, the railway bridges and viaducts must rank among the most-loved.
The annual Perform in Perth music festival got off to a flying start with good numbers of spectators dropping in for the opening classes of the two week event.
The Perth and Kinross Federation of the SWI held its annual spring show at the Bankfoot Church Centre.
Being stuck on a boat for two days with no food and water might not be everyone’s idea of fun, but three friends from Courier Country took it in their stride when they took part in one of the world’s great adventure challenges.
One of the UK's largest house-building firms has been dubbed the developer from hell following a row over housing in Kinross.