The lorry driver responsible for killing a former Perth and Kinross councillor in a car crash has been ordered to carry out 300 hours of unpaid work.
As many as 20,000 pro-independence demonstrators will bring Perth centre to a standstill as they march miles through the city.
The decision to transfer 3,500 patients from Bridge of Earn to the surrounding areas with a week's notice has been blasted as "a sad state of affairs" by a community watchdog.
Police are en route to a collision in Highland Perthshire which has left a car on its roof. The Scottish Ambulance Service are at the scene of the incident on the A826 on the approach to Moness Country Club. The road is blocked and there traffic is at a standstill. More to follow.
Residents were once again updated on the future of Bridge of Earn medical centre via Facebook as NHS Tayside confirmed the surgery will be closed by the end of August.
Scone Community Council has called for increased communication and co-operation as the Cross Tay Link Road plans take one step closer to fruition.
The first phase of a contentious housing development in the north of Scone has been recommended for approval.
Pupils were piped into Bertha Park High School on Wednesday morning as the £32.5m brand new school was officially opened.
The first in a string of public consultations on the Cross Tay Link Road was held yesterday afternoon at Luncarty Memorial Hall.
Overturning a bid to block a 77-metre wind turbine in Perth is a step towards prioritising the planet, councillors have said.