A new version of a spectacular Perth lights show which attracted more than 50,000 people last year is to be staged on the banks of the River Tay.
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.
As a spin-off from the £30 million redevelopment of Perth City Hall and the museum and art gallery, one of Perth’s best-loved buildings may be transformed into a major tourist draw.
Being stuck on a boat for two days with no food and water might not be everyone’s idea of fun, but three friends from Courier Country took it in their stride when they took part in one of the world’s great adventure challenges.
The economic health of Perth and Kinross will thrive in coming years, Provost Dennis Melloy is predicting.
The remarkable life and times of Scotland’s oldest living international footballer, 94-year-old Bobby Brown, are the subjects of a new book.
The way has been cleared for a remarkable octogenarian cyclist to take part in next year’s Etape Caledonia.
Messing about in boats has always been a great British tradition and any excuse for taking to the water is readily seized on.
The £20 million transformation of Perth City Hall remains on track despite the failure of the city of culture bid.
A rare 30-year-old bottle of second edition Black Bowmore single malt whisky has been bought for a record £11,900 in an online auction held by a Perth-based company.