Council officers have agreed to restore a listed building in Aberfeldy that was almost completely destroyed by fire earlier this year.
A Perth veteran whose leg was crushed into 17 pieces during a motorbike accident will represent the UK at this year’s US Warrior Games later this month.
Students left “incensed” at learning centre closures as Perth College UHI hunt alternative locations
Students at Perth College UHI's learning centres have said they are "incensed" at the decision to close the education facilities in rural Perthshire.
More than 1,000 walkers commemorated the 75th anniversary of D-Day by trekking 54 miles and raising nearly £300,000 for charity in this year's Cateran Yomp.
Courage and tragedy: The Perthshire woman who married a German anti-Nazi spy during the Second World War
Michael Alexander hears the dramatic link between a Perthshire woman and German anti-Nazi espionage during the Second World War.
A statue to commemorate a legendary Perthshire fiddler's contribution to Scottish culture is nearing completion.
T in the Park's beloved Balado site could be transformed into a hub for outdoor pursuits and aviation enthusiasts.
Council bosses are being urged to make improvements to Perth's £1.5 million "cultural quarter" after growing pressure from disability rights campaigners.
A charity superhero will tackle the Cateran Yomp in Highland Perthshire this weekend to raise money for injured soldiers and awareness of mental health.
The team behind a new tourist trail which spans Perth and Kinross and Stirlingshire have announced the project will officially launch on July 1.