Pet owners have been warned to be vigilant after chunks of meat were left scattered around a Tayside village.
Fed-up Scone residents have called for a long-term solution to the ongoing fly-tipping issue in their woodland area.
Shakespeare, a school choir and Scottish art were in the spotlight as Perth Festival of the Arts kicked off its ten day run in glorious sunshine on Thursday.
Perth Farmer's Market will celebrate its 2oth anniversary on Saturday with a birthday cake, tractor exhibition and more than 50 stalls.
Talented Perth Academy students will see their artwork displayed in New York this month to celebrate the Year of The Glove.
Planning policy must be changed to cater for electric cars in Perth and Kinross, it has been claimed.
Beer lovers are raising a glass to 150 years of Perthshire rugby as the Perth Beer Festival returns on Saturday.
A former Raith Rovers chief executive has hit back at claims the current Scotland Women's manager Shelley Kerr missed out on being the Fife club's boss due to boardroom sexism.
Perthshire family’s shock as father receives blue badge from council – nearly a year after his death
Perth and Kinross Council chiefs have apologised to a family who were sent a blue disability badge for their father nearly a year after his death.
A Black Watch veteran has offered to buy a memorial plaque for soldiers killed during the First World War and donate it to a museum after its appearance in an online auction caused anger.