The first in a summer series of boat trips along the River Tay was officially launched on Friday.
Perth and Kinross Council could become the first in Scotland to scrap burial fees for people up to the age of 21.
A Perth youngster has published a book to raise money for a specialist charity that supports his little brother.
A new path for cyclists and pedestrians has officially opened in Perthshire, with the aim of improving access to local industry.
Two “precious” pieces of art are travelling from their Perthshire home to be showcased in Poland.
Morrison’s Academy in Crieff and Beaconhurst School in Bridge of Allan are to create one independent school from the beginning of the 2018/2019 school year.
Leaders of Perth and Kinross’s Heritage Trust are “delighted” with £750,000 invested in the cities’ historic buildings, which could lead to jobs being created in the area.
Tayside and Fife residents who baked in the May Day weekend heat have been warned the scorching temperatures will not last.
New plans for a stop-gap GP surgery for Carse of Gowrie have received “many positive comments".
A Crieff company has been granted £30,000 by Perth and Kinross Council for a new winter festival.