I would rather swim through a river of llama waste than watch a TV show presented by Bear Grylls... ironically enough.
You know how it goes. One minute, you're swanning about on the banks of the Nile, watching swathes of slaves construct the pyramids.
Perthshire gran, 76, goes on Bear Grylls’s Treasure Island then considers eating toad in her kitchen
When great-grandmother Irene Cattanach found a huge toad in her Perthshire kitchen, she surprised even herself with her reaction.
An award-winning crime writer and a renowned historian received honorary doctorates at a bustling graduation ceremony in Perth.
A young law student is suing the driver who killed her little sister.
The Scottish Government is facing growing pressure to revise its £3 billion A9 dualling project, amid fears it could destroy the scene of an ancient Jacobite clash.
Celebrated chef Andrew Fairlie will receive a posthumous honour at Thursday's Perth College graduations.
Landmark case sees jailed Perthshire paedophile freed because Perth Prison breached his human rights
A wheelchair-bound paedophile, who posed as a 14-year-old boy online to dupe children into sending him explicit images, has been freed from prison after appeal court judges heard staff were unable to cope with his physical needs.
Antique lanterns linked to Perth woman at centre of scandalous Victorian love triangle go under the hammer
An enduring fascination with Perth woman Effie Gray, whose love affair rocked Victorian Britain to its conservative core, could see some of her belongings change hands for thousands of pounds at an auction sale in London this week.
Author of damning Tayside mental health report dismayed that calls for wider review have not been heeded
Health chiefs have refused to halt a controversial shake-up of psychiatric services in Tayside, despite a plea for a "fundamental redesign".