A recreation of a Perthshire loch dwelling which gives visitors a taste of how people lived 2,500 years ago has attracted half a million visitors over the past two decades.
A Perthshire family were stunned to be told that their “box of tat” contained jewellery worth more than £20,000.
Following representation from local residents, a 20mph speed limit and three tonne weight limit has been introduced in Glover Street in Perth between Craigie Cross and Needless Road.
For more than 150 years Perth Show has been a popular, once a year meeting point for the people of the city and the farming community.
Perthshire’s most successful musical export, folk legend Dougie MacLean, is backing the efforts to push the area into the national spotlight.
The changing face of Scotland's ailing high streets – and how to turn their fortunes around – is the focus of an event to be held in Crieff.
Visitors are expected to flock to Perthshire’s Loch of the Lowes over the holiday weekend to see the wildlife centre’s newly reunited resident osprey pair.
Two major events coming to Perth within weeks of one another have cemented the “increasingly important role” the city plays in Scotland’s renewable energy sector.
The £20 million transformation of Perth City Hall into a cultural attraction should draw an extra 160,000 visitors a year to the city, councillors have been told.
Duncan Diarmid McDiarmid, a much respected figure in Scottish agriculture and an accomplished piper, has died at Weem aged 84.