The latest changes in the development of The Courier arrive this weekend with the launch of two new pull-outs.
Panning for gold in Perthshire’s burns and rivers has become a well-known draw for tourists, but one local light manufacturer has decided to put a little back in.
Five branches of the Bank of Scotland in Tayside and Fife are being axed as the banking group continues to pare down its network north of the border.
Nearly 2000 people will hit the South Inch on Saturday when the UK’s only touring tribute festival visits Perth for the first time.
A woman driver was taken to Blairgowrie Cottage Hospital after her car ended up on its side in Bridge of Cally on Wednesday morning.
A one-man crime wave is facing a lengthy jail sentence after Perth Sheriff Court heard his serial offending was a lifestyle choice.
Councillors believe Kinross’ revamped High Street needs a safe crossing point after claims it has become dangerous for pedestrians.
Perth Racecourse will be handing out a £2,000 prize to the best dressed racegoer at this year’s Ladies Day.
A stage production of Scotland’s most famous fictional family, The Broons, will have its world premiere at Perth Concert Hall.
Preparing for an 81-mile cycle race through Highland Perthshire whilst working 100 miles north east of Shetland on a North Sea oil platform might seem like an uphill struggle.