The head teacher of a Perth nursery has slammed mindless yobs who caused around £400 worth of damage by vandalising toys, play equipment and plants.
Legal investigation into proceeds of crime against former businessman ‘fraught with difficulties’, court told
The legal representative for a former Perthshire businessman who dodged thousands of pounds of tax claimed investigations into the matter are “fraught with difficulties.”
Noise emanating from extractor fans on the roof of a popular Perth fast food shop was described as being akin to that experienced at an airport.
Thousands of people are expected to attend this year’s Perth Show, with its organisers claiming it will be “bigger and better” than ever.
Planning permission has been granted to build a “world-class” hotel at a historic Highland Perthshire castle.
The construction of the UK's biggest power line in more than half a century has been recognised as a major feat of engineering.
Perth's 2017 boating season will feature newly-installed pontoons and a host of activities including Tay trips and free taster sessions.
Crippling rates bills could see Tayside and Fife's public leisure centres forced out of business, it has been warned.
A legal agreement that should see a controversial housing plan finally get the green light has been delayed – for the fifth time this year.
A council tenant in Perth is enraged at the “disgusting” condition of her flat, claiming it is so bad the kitchen needs to be gutted.