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A £23 million plan has been lodged to replace two of Perth and Kinross’s most dilapidated schools.
T in the Park bosses have changed the layout of the festival arena to avoid bottlenecks and increased security as part of a major redesign.
A Fife-based botanist has added his voice to a heated ongoing row over the work of Charles Darwin and relatively unknown 19the century Perthshire fruit farmer Patrick Matthew.
In an exclusive interview to mark the week that could have seen ‘Independence Day’ for Scotland, two Courier Country men speak to MICHAEL ALEXANDER about their involvement in the hiding of what some regard as the ‘real’ Stone of Destiny in the 1990s.
A remarkable war of words between two academics showed no signs of evolving into peace yesterday as a row over the work of Charles Darwin and relatively unknown Perthshire fruit farmer Patrick Matthew continued.
An Edinburgh University scientist, who has spent years forensically researching the work of Charles Darwin, has rubbished claims that the Origin of Species author plagiarised a Perthshire farmer.
When Englishman Charles Darwin published Origin of the Species in November 1859, his theory of evolution by ‘natural selection’ made humans rethink their place in the world.
A radical shake-up of children’s music lessons in Perthshire, which aimed to make savings of more than £75,000, has been partially rejected by councillors.
‘I didn’t want Victoria to go to school that day‘ Dunblane mother breaks silence over tragedy after 20 years
For 20 years, Lynne Rorie has been unable to listen to the radio.