A senior British Army officer, who spent years strengthening links between Perth and the royal family, has been granted the city's top honour during a spectacular display of music and colour.
By now, you should be well versed on the truly compelling argument for bringing the Stone of Destiny back to its ancestral home in Perthshire.
Alison Napier, 61, wrote her own obituary just a few weeks before her death on August 8:
A Perth woman who campaigned for the right to die has lost her battle with cancer.
Education chiefs in Perth, buoyed by the success of Bertha Park High, are poised to launch a consultation on their next £50 million school project.
One person was taken to hospital following a three-vehicle smash on a busy Tayside commuter route.
Six up-and-coming chefs from across Scotland will compete in the first Andrew Fairlie Scholarship contest.
Comedy stars Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse paid tribute to a popular River Tay angler in the latest episode of their hit BBC series.
‘Perhaps Perth could borrow it for a bit’ – Edinburgh politicians’ bid to upset Stone of Destiny plan
Edinburgh politicians are trying to derail Perth's Stone of Destiny campaign.
The group leading a campaign to make Perth one of Europe's great small cities has issued a "call to arms" over the Stone of Destiny.