After more than 1,300 people benefited from the success of a Perth and Kinross initiative in getting people into training or employment, it has been showcased to the Scottish Government.
Education chiefs are considering closing some of Perthshire's smallest schools, it has emerged.
The daughter of a British aid worker murdered by Islamic terrorists has spoken for the first time of her ordeal at the hands of a jealous boyfriend.
A Perthshire woman swam, biked and ran nearly 2,000 miles across Tayside before a race to raise funds for her cancer-stricken cousin.
A new app has been produced which highlights “hidden” Perthshire businesses that it’s claimed will benefit from the £3 billion A9 dualling programme.
The daughter of a Perthshire aid worker murdered by Islamic State (IS) terrorists was left "scared and belittled" by her controlling partner who defaced a scrapbook she kept to remember her father, a court has heard.
A senior GP has warned a shake-up at Tayside hospitals could lead to a severe downgrading of Perth Royal Infirmary.
Scotland’s washout summer could lead to a £46million boost to the economy as tourists look to take in autumns colours.
Frontline council staff could be trained to speak Gaelic as part of a new strategy aimed at reviving the ancient Celtic tongue across Perth and Kinross.
A large boulder reportedly caused an obstruction on a road just outside Blairgowrie on Tuesday night. Police confirmed they attended the incident, with the boulder said have been blocking a section of Coupar Angus Road around 300ft outside Blairgowrie towards Coupar Angus. The boulder had been removed by the time the police service arrived however.