A Black Watch soldier has died at Al Asad Air Base, Iraq, the Ministry of Defence has announced.
A Perthshire village’s history at the heart of an ancient royal kingdom is being celebrated with the first newly-designed Pictish stone to be carved in the landscape in 1,000 years.
A controversial plan which objectors claimed would spoil the romantic setting of a Perthshire folly has been rejected.
The old debate of what constitutes art has probably been around as long as man has attempted to capture his experience of the world in a visual way.
Certain times of life inevitably involve a degree of reflection and I have reached one such milestone. Retiral. So longingly viewed on the distant horizon the reality is now with me, and the prospect is in some ways daunting.
A Perthshire family’s discovery of the find of a lifetime in “a box of tat” will no doubt have many readers rummaging through their possessions in search of hidden treasures.
A Perth school is celebrating after winning £7,500 of funding for an innovative project which allows the elderly to escape the confines of their homes and take to the open road.
The economic health of Perth and Kinross will thrive in coming years, Provost Dennis Melloy is predicting.
A plan to enhance the visitor experience at one of Perth’s most well-known landmarks has caused a storm of protest.
A new initiative should ensure an influx of active visitors making the most of a Tayside beauty spot.