Celebrated television historian Dan Snow believes Saturday’s recreation of the murder trial of notorious killer William Bury will be “absolutely fascinating”.
A drink driving NHS manager has been jailed for four months and banned from the road for five-and-a-half years after being found seven times the legal limit.
Loch Tay has long been the site of archaeological interest as the stunning Highland Perthshire location was once home to our Iron Age ancestors.
Farmer says police action “inexplicable” after he is hit with fine after rescuing sheep from marauding dog
A panicked farmer who rushed to the rescue of his flock of sheep after they were attacked by an “out-of-control” dog has found himself in hot water with the police.
The Scottish Gamekeepers Association (SGA) believes the impact of the country’s growing number of wind farms on protected wildlife may have been massively under-reported.
A motorcycle salute filled the centre of Perth with the sound of revving engines in tribute to a young biker killed days before Christmas.
Council chiefs have said Perth and Kinross will lead by example by working to outlaw plastic straws and other non-recyclable items.
More than 20 schools will have had their futures deliberated upon by the time Perth and Kinross Council finishes its largest ever estates review.
The possibility of discovering evidence a Celtic chieftain once ruled from on high above Dunkeld is a tantalising one.
A woman has admitted staging a failed bid to smuggle drugs into Perth Prison by concealing a package of illicit tablets within a bag of crisps.