A Loch Tay mum has hit out after a Killin park was left with dangerous rotten play equipment and scattered with dog waste.
A commercial property on the edge of Perth city centre could be coming back into use in the near future as plans for a new chicken restaurant have been lodged with Perth and Kinross council.
Community leaders are calling for locals to be given more of a say in where cameras are installed as part of a massive digital upgrade of Angus’s ageing CCTV system.
Perth pensioners have hit out at the council after it emerged they are facing bumper extra charges to play golf on a popular city centre course.
More than 20 “starving” animals have been removed from the care of their “horse whisperer” owner in Fife.
A 17th Century monument at the heart of a Perthshire village is to be taken down and restored.
A tourism tax could deliver more than £2m per year for public services in Perth and Kinross, according to new analysis.
Staff at the Loch Tay holiday complex struck by a large fire this week are refusing to let the blaze get in the way of business as usual.
A major interactive exhibition in Perth city centre will focus on the area’s myths, legends and other strange tales when it opens in March this year.
Perth and Kinross councillors have been accused of being “anti-Dundee” after a vote on usurping the larger city as the lead in the Tay Cities partnership was defeated by the narrowest of margins.