A Black Watch veteran has offered to buy a memorial plaque for soldiers killed during the First World War and donate it to a museum after its appearance in an online auction caused anger.
Planning policy must be changed to cater for electric cars in Perth and Kinross, it has been claimed.
A Perthshire accountancy firm wants to set up online banking hubs in rural Perthshire after being forced to travel more than 30 miles to complete simple transactions.
Military historians have hit out after a memorial plaque for fallen Black Watch soldiers was sold for £300 in an online auction.
Perth youngsters have been warned they are putting their lives at risk amid reports of vandalism to life-saving equipment and youths "larking around" by the rivers edge.
Police have reported an increase in the number of sexual crimes in Perth and Kinross while the number of perpetrators getting caught has gone down.
Record crowds are expected to descend on Blair Castle next Bank Holiday weekend for the the annual Atholl Gathering.
Shakespeare, a school choir and Scottish art were in the spotlight as Perth Festival of the Arts kicked off its ten day run in glorious sunshine on Thursday.
Roadworks expected to cause traffic chaos for music fans travelling to Perth this weekend have been postponed.
Councillors have agreed to a pilot scheme that will allow Traveller communities to camp for short periods of time on land across Perth and Kinross.