To mark the 15th anniversary of Fife-born football legend Jim Baxter’s death, his former Black Watch drill instructor at Perth spills the beans to MICHAEL ALEXANDER.
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.
The heartbroken father of a teenager who died at T in The Park has welcomed the news of its cancellation in 2017.
A pizza chef accused of murder told cops his alleged victim was “like a father” to him, a jury’s been told.
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.
A high-flying lawyer who had an affair with a married man was stalked for almost two years by her lover’s scorned wife.
A lost mobile phone was reunited with its owner last night after thousands of people responded to an online appeal.
A former Perth provost who fought to secure £25 million for city flood defences said he felt vindicated after the system helped save homes and businesses from at least two potential disasters in recent weeks.
A ground-breaking energy scheme which harnesses the power of the River Tay to heat homes will fight fuel poverty and dramatically slash household bills, council chiefs have pledged.
Perthshire is proving to be the perfect destination for tourists after receiving top billing in a list of the UK’s most fashionable rural retreats.