A drunk driver slammed his car into the back of a van on one of Tayside’s busiest roads before it ricocheted over the central crash barrier and burst into flames on the opposite carriageway.
A former care worker terrorised a string of elderly Perthshire residents by sneaking into their homes in broad daylight, in a crime spree branded “despicable” by a Sheriff.
A 59-year-old man who asked two teenage girls if they wanted to have sex with him told them “I’m not too old”.
Perth College has appointed its first campus cycling officer to encourage more staff and students to take up cycling.
Locals in highland Perthshire will be given a say in the design of proposed new flood defences in their area.
A Perth school is selling its main building after more than 70 years of use.
A consultation on whether to axe public phone boxes has come to an end.
Impatient motorists have been slammed for driving the wrong way down one of Tayside’s busiest roads after a lorry caught fire.
A Crieff pensioner made repeated hoax calls to the emergency services before waggling at a female police officer wearing only underwear.
A man who stole his father’s Audi before crashing into two parked cars was trying to get to work following a night on the town.