Driving instructors in Perth have hit out at the national testing agency, claiming students regularly have to endure a three-month waiting list to book exams.
More than 1,000 school students from across Scotland descended on Perth on Wednesday to take part in the Youth and Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) finals.
A new Highland cow art trail is getting ready to moo-ve into Crieff next month after attracting sponsors and artists for all eleven attractions.
Emergency services rushed to the banks of the River Tay in Perth this afternoon after reports of a woman in the water.
A development in a conservation area on Kinross High Street has been halted by Perth and Kinross Council after developers demolished a building without planning permission.
Campaign launched to remind tourists to drive on the left after camper van caught driving wrong way on A9
A campaign to remind tourists to drive on the left side of the road has been launched less than a month after a camper van was filmed driving into oncoming traffic on the A9 in Highland Perthshire.
A business owner has hit out at rail bosses after they advertised an eight-day closure of a remote Perthshire train station with no alternative transport links.
An artist who fled the war in Iraq more than a decade ago to live in Perth will have her work displayed in the Fair City as part of the Refugee Festival Scotland next week.
A former Raith Rovers chief executive has hit back at claims the current Scotland Women's manager Shelley Kerr missed out on being the Fife club's boss due to boardroom sexism.
A Kinross dog and his ex-army owner have bagged 270 of Scotland's Munros together as they aim to scale all 282 by the end of September.