A paedophile, who sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl at a party, has avoided jail and also unpaid work because he was scared he would be “targeted” by other offenders.
Confusion over architect choice as contractor is chosen to take forward winning Perth City Hall vision
Confusion surrounded the £20 million transformation of Perth City Hall after one of the project partners appeared to suggest a winning architect had been selected - months ahead of the decision date.
A Dundee man has admitted smashing his partner's head off a wall and sink in a brutal attack following a night out in the pub.
Flames tore through a Perthshire farm, reducing a huge barn to a charred ruin.
Shock and anger poured out as the beloved Mill o’ Mains Community Pavilion in Dundee was destroyed by fire.
‘Out of control’ dogs cause chaos at Perthshire walking and beauty spot as lambing season approaches
Out-of-control dogs are causing chaos at one of Perthshire’s top walking and beauty spots as lambing season approaches.
A Fife woman has told a court how her online date plied her with alcohol, upset her with jibes about her family and then finally pitched her out onto a country road in dead of night.
Loch Tay has long been the site of archaeological interest as the stunning Highland Perthshire location was once home to our Iron Age ancestors.
The renaissance of Perthshire’s property market is continuing apace, with sales up £10 million on this time last year.
A Perth joinery boss has been jailed for ten months after admitting dealing drugs from a city “party flat”.