Police are hunting a suspect in Perth after a young boy was assaulted in the city centre on Sunday afternoon.
The UK Government have announced the successful bids for a huge number of huge wind farm projects planned in the Scottish North Sea under the Contracts for Difference (CfD).
The first book festival to be held at the historic Black Watch castle and museum will take place this weekend.
Fresh start: Perth Theatre faces second relaunch in two years, as bosses firefight worrying cash flow problems
Perth Theatre could be re-launched for a second time, as bosses try to battle their way out of a deepening financial crisis.
A simmering row over £800,000 of "missing" money threatens to damage relationships between Perth and Dundee councils, it has been claimed.
Fife and Perth and Kinross library services have been allocated a large slice of national funding to help modernise their work.
Errol after-school club condemned by Care Inspectorate ‘temporarily suspended’ following staffing crisis
A floundering children's club in the Carse of Gowrie has shut down after a second damning Care Inspectorate report.
Oor Wullie mania will take over Edinburgh tonight as the BIG Bucket Trail auctions reach the capital.
Medics are warning NHS Tayside that the closure of a Perthshire GP practice poses a "house of cards" threat to other surgeries in the area.
The Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science has visited Perth College as part of efforts to improve the student experience.