A Perthshire schoolgirl has tracked down an escapee city chicken and given it a new home.
Plans to scrap school kitchens in Perth and Kinross could lead to less business for local farmers and reduced life skills among young people, an MSP has argued.
Wildlife campaigners have said more should be done to prevent animals dying on the road.
Blink and you’ll miss it – famous society puts extraordinary collection on display in Perth for two hours
Rare documents detailing Scotland’s links to the world’s most famous explorers will go on display in Perth.
Perth and Kinross council partner up with leading charitable trust to revolutionise youth work projects
Youth work in Perth and Kinross could be revolutionised thanks to a new partnership between the council and a leading charitable trust.
Loch Tay volunteers are putting the finishing touches to the first inland ‘coastal rowing’ skiff in Perthshire.
A mysterious carved stone artefact is to go on public display in Perth after a successful fundraising drive.
The leader of Perth and Kinross council has agreed to work with parents to investigate why an independent specialist school shut, giving parents only four days’ notice.
It may seem strange for a man who makes his living capturing nature’s most jaw-dropping moments, but when photographer Peter Cairns looks out across the Scottish wilderness he often perceives landscapes “felled, grazed and burned to death” rather than the beautiful vistas most appreciate.
Updated plans for a controversial Perthshire chicken farm are set to be approved next week, despite 66 objections from locals.