Perth Farmers' Market bosses say they are fighting back against the downturn blighting Scottish high streets.
Tougher laws on running grouse moors must be introduced to stop the illegal slaughter of birds of prey, according to a hard-hitting new report from the RSPB.
Tobacco has been seized from two shops in Perth following a series of raids.
More high tech innovations such a 'smart bins' and 'intelligent street lighting' will be installed in Perth and Dundee after a European funding boost.
Councillors have received an apology after a senior official inadvertently misled them about selling advertising space in council-owned schools.
A Perth carer has told how a death-defying fall in Dubai eight years ago transformed him from a self-centred playboy into a committed charity worker.
The Perth branch of the Samaritans will open on Christmas day for the first time this year.
The official launch of the £25m Almondbank flood defences has been mired in controversy after residents complained the work is still incomplete and has ruined local gardens and the natural environment.
A school for children with additional support needs was closed as the result of a “vendetta” orchestrated by Perth and Kinross Council, its three most senior staff have said.
A Blairgowrie wedding cake maker is celebrating after winning bronze at this year’s Culinary World Cup 2018.