Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop will not be recalled before MSPs to face more questions on the £150,000 of public money handed to T in the Park.
Perth is on course to become the most desirable place to live and work in Scotland, according to an MSP.
A £150,000 payment from the Scottish Government to the profit-making organisers of T in the Park will be investigated by the public spending watchdog.
A Perthshire councillor has described voters returning her to local politics as a “great honour”.
Bosses at NHS Tayside are still looking for millions of pounds of savings as they try to plug the massive blackhole in its budget.
The Culture Secretary has been cleared of wrongdoing over a £150,000 handout to the profitable organisers of T in the Park.
The city of Perth looks set to receive a much needed economic injection with the visit of left-wing firebrand politician Jeremy Corbyn at the end of the month.
Call for Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop to be questioned by Holyrood committee over T in the Park cash
Opposition politicians have demanded Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop is dragged before a Holyrood committee to explain why she gave £150,000 of public money to T in the Park.
Nicola Sturgeon was in Perth on Sunday to tell the SNP’s general election candidates it is time to “lock austerity out of Westminster”.
Deputy First Minister and Perthshire MSP John Swinney praised Perth’s flood defences for saving the city from devastation even as he continued to face criticism over disaster funding.