Parents at an axed Perthshire school for children with special needs have accused government officials of deliberately “plotting the downfall” of the once-celebrated institution.
The head teacher of a Perthshire school for children with additional support needs was suspended from duty shortly before parents were told it was to close.
Friends and neighbours have paid tribute to a man killed in a Perth flat blaze.
Colleagues have paid tribute to a dancing Crieff carer who has been recognised with a national award.
Police have issued an appeal for information after a man died as a result of a fire at St Catherine’s Square in Perth last night.
For tourism businesses in Highland Perthshire it seemed to have been the perfect summer – hot weather, a 15% increase in overseas visitors and a 68% increase in spending.
A private funeral company has been accused of deflecting attention from its own failings in publishing a report that heavily criticised council-run Perth crematorium.
A pair of women who have dedicated their lives to helping others in Perthshire have received British Empire Medals (BEM) at a reception in the Fair City’s Civic Hall.
Police are appealing for information about the second robbery at the Spar in Inchture in the last three weeks.
Perth crematorium offers the shortest services in Scotland which leave mourners feeling as “if they were on a conveyor belt,” a new study claims.