North-type Blackface rams peaked at £10,000 and South-types made up to £18,000 at the Perth Ram Society sale, held at Stirling Mart.
If John Cooper Clarke didn’t exist it’s highly unlikely that anyone would have thought to invent him.
Madam, – Drugs deaths in Scotland are appallingly common. Being an echo chamber of “progressive” liberalism, the SNP cannot muster anything in response beyond decriminalisation, “safe” injection facilities, tackling dealers and support for addicts.
Madam, – As the Brexit negotiations rumble on between the UK and the EU, the nature of the compromise which the UK will have to make drives a coach and horses through the legal commitments already given.
Nicola Sturgeon won’t say if an independent Scotland would need hard border with England post-Brexit.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon would not be drawn on whether a hard border would be put in place in the event of Scottish independence post Brexit.
Overnight roadworks in Perthshire are set to begin later this month as road closures are put in place.
Madam, – How appalling is the attitude of the SNP Government to all those Scots with mental health problems?
A pair of developers at a controversial Kinross housing site have been hit with enforcement notices by the local authority over the protection of trees at the site.
Olympic hockey bronze medallist Sally Walton, cut the red ribbon to officially open the new Aldi store in Crieff. The Brioch Road store is the first supermarket to open in the Perthshire town. It will be run by manager Robert Gray, along with a team of 22 colleagues from the community.
Dr John Halliday looks back at a Courier Country player who was a major figure in the early days of the game...