Shamed politician Sir Nicholas Fairbairn has become embroiled in fresh claims of sexual misconduct, more than 20 years after his death, following accusations he assaulted a journalist during a live radio broadcast.
A £150,000 payment from the Scottish Government to the profit-making organisers of T in the Park will be investigated by the public spending watchdog.
A Tay Cities Deal would deliver a significant boost to Tayside's economy, according to Deputy First Minister John Swinney.
Perth is on course to become the most desirable place to live and work in Scotland, according to an MSP.
Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop will not be recalled before MSPs to face more questions on the £150,000 of public money handed to T in the Park.
Scotland’s First Minister will pile pressure on Scottish Water after The Courier revealed a Perthshire community’s supply is tainted with potentially deadly bacteria.
The Deputy First Minister has promised a transport revolution for Perth to help drive the economy forward.
The Culture Secretary has been cleared of wrongdoing over a £150,000 handout to the profitable organisers of T in the Park.
Surrounded by high fencing and barbed wire, hundreds of gleaming white shipping containers stretch to the horizon, bounded by the shimmering blue waters of the mighty Euphrates River on one side and the arid landscape of the Turkish highlands on the other. Once, these containers carried goods along the motorways of Europe.
An extra £20 million will be included in next year’s budget to help those hit by the so-called “bedroom tax”, Nicola Sturgeon will announce.