A motorist has described the terrifying moment he saw a car heading down a slip road on to the M90 into the face of oncoming traffic.
Perth's Southern Fried Festival will not go ahead this year, organisers have confirmed.
A care home worker who repeatedly unplugged a resident's buzzer, preventing them from being able to call for help, has been struck off.
The standard of work done by an alleged bogus tradesman in Tayside was "totally unacceptable", according to an expert witness giving evidence in court.
The future is looking brighter for four primary schools under scrutiny as part of Perth and Kinross Council's estates review.
Under-threat Pitlochry High School has been saved from the axe.
A hypnotherapist accused of sexually assaulting patients, including a troubled schoolgirl, has been found not guilty after a trial lasting several days.
A collection of masterpieces from a renowned Perth glassworks which presented a wedding gift to the future Queen Elizabeth will go under the hammer at auction on Wednesday.
A Scottish Government inquiry will determine the impact of new housing on congestion blackspots on the edge of Perth.
Loch Tay volunteers are putting the finishing touches to the first inland ‘coastal rowing’ skiff in Perthshire.