Fresh and clear tap water is something we take for granted in a country where rainfall is plentiful. But, to provide an uninterrupted supply of great tasting, high quality water is no mean feat.
On the 10th anniversary of Scotland setting ambitious targets to cut carbon emissions, and as protests for greater change continue, Perth-based Royal Scottish Geographical Society chief executive Mike Robinson tells Michael Alexander what he thinks has to be done next.
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A former MP was branded “amateurish” as she appeared in Perth to defend charges of professional misconduct.
The owner of a Tayside trout fishery has spoken of the moment he feared a homespun tornado would touch down on top of him.
Farmers attend the annual Stirling Bull Sales event, one of the biggest in the UK, which runs over two weeks at United Auction in Stirling, Scotland. Around 12,000 British and international farmers, commercial buyers and pedigree enthusiasts are visiting the city for the event, which will feature ten pedigree breeds.
A former Perthshire MP has been fined £3000 and told to pay costs after being found guilty of professional misconduct at a disciplinary tribunal in Perth.
Michael Alexander reflects on the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings which involved thousands of Black Watch troops with links to Tayside and Fife, and speaks to another veteran who was there.
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