Major Scottish newsagent chain RS McColl has put branches across Perth, Fife and Angus on the market.
The father of a Perth hit-and-run victim has called for the driver to hand themselves in.
Perthshire Pride organisers have said they won't be silenced after they were heckled at last weekend's farmers' market in Perth.
Tay water taxis have become ‘first step’ towards modern vision of river say operators as season concludes
A season of boating on the Tay has been wrapped up, but operators of the water taxi network are already planning on stepping up the river's impact on Perth next year.
The first batch of houses at a contentious site on the northern edge of Scone were narrowly signed off by councillors, despite questions over healthcare, pavements and flooding.
Dozens of residents will wrap up warm and brace the wintry night's wrath as they sleep under the stars this month to help tackle homelessness in Perth.
As many as 20,000 pro-independence demonstrators will bring Perth centre to a standstill as they march miles through the city.
Pub landlords across Perth have been cracking open the champagne to celebrate being crowned the best Scottish watering holes.
Vital repair work on two busy crossings over the River Tay will be delayed until 2024.
‘It’s appalling’: Demand for action as Spittal of Glenshee hotel remains in ruins 5 years on from blaze
Five years on from a blaze which burnt down a Perthshire hotel in the Cairngorms, campaigners are calling on developers to get a move on with work at the site.