The team behind the controversial Heart 200 tourist trail are set to formally launch the tourist trail today at Loch Leven.
Staff at a Perth cafe have put up a reward for information which could lead to the prosecution of thieves who stole a young worker's bike.
A pair of Perthshire towns have been named the best in the UK for driving test pass rates.
The father of a Perth hit-and-run victim has called for the driver to hand themselves in.
A Perth businessman intends to dish out 1,000 free milkshakes today as Number 10 hopefuls Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt arrive in the city.
The Scottish Gamekeepers Association (SGA) is set to launch a parliamentary petition calling for independent monitoring of satellite tags fitted to birds of prey.
Communities across rural Perthshire are being supplied with a 20-strong force of cardboard police to deter speeding drivers.
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.