Madam, – We refer to your article where Pete Wishart MP, was calling for a university for Perth (Politician backs university calls, Courier, April 8).
MasterChef finalist Jilly McCord has cooked up a storm for her students at Dollar Academy.
A former pub boss had his drinks licence revoked after police said they raided his bar and found drugs, an axe and a knife.
Sun-seeking drinkers have been accused of ruining a beauty spot in Crieff after leaving smashed bottles and cans in their wake.
‘Bravery and self-sacrifice’ of Kane Morris, 10, praised by judge as man admits horrific Coupar Angus killing
A judge praised the “bravery and self-sacrifice” of a 10-year-old boy who spent his dying moments trying to save another child after he was stabbed by his father.
TASTE TEST: Frozen food will soon be dished out at schools across Tayside…but what does a food blogger make of the meals?
As our nation’s health and wellbeing are hot topics so a visit to taste Perth & Kinross Council’s proposed primary school meals, to be prepared centrally by Tayside Contracts, was a must.
Three young journalists at DC Thomson Media are celebrating after winning coveted Print Futures Awards.
The Courier has teamed up with Strathclyde Sirens to give readers the chance to win a fantastic prize!
A play area which struggled to attract youngsters due to its run down state is proving popular after a £70,000 face-lift.
An oil industry executive carried out an unprovoked attack on a taxi driver which ended with him topless and chasing the terrified cabbie around his vehicle.