The age old generation gap has developed into a monumental yawning chasm for two groups - who on the face of it - should have a great deal in common.
Whatever the result, the May elections will herald a period of real change for Perth and Kinross with many long-serving councillors deciding not to stand for re-election.
A lost world of high living enjoyed by rich industrialists and the landed gentry is vividly brought back to life in a new book.
A windfarm which would have been seen from Scotland’s best-preserved Roman fort has been rejected.
The centenary of a bloody battle which was particularly costly for Scottish regiments fighting in the First World War was marked on Sunday.
Items from a fondly remembered Perth business, which boasted a prime minister among its customers, are being auctioned in the city.
A Perth barber escaped injury in a dramatic accident after a car mounted the pavement and smashed through the window of his business.
Work has begun on a ground-breaking earthquake-resistant building in Nepal, thanks to the generosity of the people of Fife and Perthshire.
The team tasked with organising the biggest weekend of the year in Perth has been revealed.
A block of flats on Perth’s Dunkeld Road has been at the centre of police activity.