Thousands of people are expected to attend this year’s Perth Show, with its organisers claiming it will be “bigger and better” than ever.
The owner of a closure-threatened Perthshire arts venue said a community effort to keep it open has “restored his faith” in mankind.
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.”
Leading figures from music and creative industries will be on hand to provide career advice to youths before a summer festival taking place at Scone Palace.
Tributes have been paid to a Perth pensioner, with some describing him as “a gentleman” and others saying he “always had a hello for you.”
A new initiative aiming to tackle plastic use in Perthshire has announced the first business to sign up to its scheme.
Former St Johnstone chairman Geoff Brown has branded a decision to reject a plan to advertise on the back of one of the club’s stands as “ridiculous.”
A criminal investigations officer looking into an alleged VAT fraud of more than £160,000 by a Perthshire potato merchant disclosed how court orders were obtained to look at bank accounts and to search business and private premises.
A former Strathearn community councillor has received a letter from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon thanking him for his 43 years of service to the public.
A pensioner arrived at a man’s house with an arsenal of weapons, including an axe, knives and a container of sulphuric acid, to try to get a signed confession of historic abuse.