A rescue operation was launched in Perth following reports of a woman in the River Tay. Firefighters, police and an ambulance were called to the scene at Tay Street just after 3.30pm on Saturday. The woman was traced safe and well within minutes and was treated at the scene by paramedics.
Council chiefs have been panned for a lack of facilities at a Perthshire tourist trap, leading to "embarrassing and disruptive" toilet queues at local establishments.
Tayside legacy of groundbreaking sci-fi comic strip which even predicted the year of the moon landings
It is regarded by its fans as one of the most important sci-fi comics ever published.
An artist who fled the war in Iraq more than a decade ago to live in Perth will have her work displayed in the Fair City as part of the Refugee Festival Scotland next week.
A spectacular sound and light show that draws tens of thousands of visitors to Highland Perthshire will this year benefit bumblebees, guide dogs and unpaid carers.
A man who stabbed his friend to death in Perth just days before Christmas has been jailed for seven years.
A teenager who kicked, punched and spat at a paramedic has been told by a sheriff to ditch “the dafties” or end up behind bars alongside them.
A shake bar manager has been banned from driving after he was caught rushing ice cream deliveries to customers before they melted.
A former Raith Rovers chief executive has hit back at claims the current Scotland Women's manager Shelley Kerr missed out on being the Fife club's boss due to boardroom sexism.
A Kinross dog and his ex-army owner have bagged 270 of Scotland's Munros together as they aim to scale all 282 by the end of September.