Dozens of residents will wrap up warm and brace the wintry night's wrath as they sleep under the stars this month to help tackle homelessness in Perth.
Scores of hardy fundraisers shrugged off sub-zero temperatures in Perth last night to collect thousands of pounds for the homeless.
The first batch of houses at a contentious site on the northern edge of Scone were narrowly signed off by councillors, despite questions over healthcare, pavements and flooding.
‘Inspirational’ Tayside schoolgirl battling gruelling cancer treatment wins top prize at school’s sports day
An inspirational Tayside schoolgirl who has battled the odds in her fight against cancer has come up trumps in a sporting showcase.
‘We are getting harassed’: Perth restaurants blast council for ‘bully-boy’ policing of outdoor dining
Fair City businesses have hit out at council officials for their "heavy-handedness" when policing outdoor seating.
VIDEO: Thousands pass through city centre peacefully as Scottish independence campaigners flock to Perth
Thousands of Scottish independence supporters marched through Perth on Saturday afternoon as campaign group All Under One Banner brought one of their biggest protests yet to the Fair City.
A new literary festival will honour Perth poet William Soutar.
A trial holiday hunger and activity programme, aimed at giving Perth youngsters a square meal and a chance to blow off some steam with their friends, has been declared a success by education bosses.
The old McEwen's homeware store and cafe in Perth could be bulldozed to make way for dozens of new homes.
Parents hope a Carse school could be saved from the axe after Scottish Ministers decided to call in Perth and Kinross Council's decision to close it.