For more than 150 years Perth Show has been a popular, once a year meeting point for the people of the city and the farming community.
A Black Watch soldier has died at Al Asad Air Base, Iraq, the Ministry of Defence has announced.
A recreation of a Perthshire loch dwelling which gives visitors a taste of how people lived 2,500 years ago has attracted half a million visitors over the past two decades.
A massive red deer will help to point tourists towards the rich wildlife of Highland Perthshire.
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 secret wartime role played by a Perth mansion in preparing airmen for battle has been revealed.
The Black Watch Museum in Perth is getting ready to transport visitors back to the First World War and see just what it was like during a recruitment day as part of the annual Festival of Museums.
A near-£1million project to transform one of Perth’s best-loved buildings will be completed by Christmas.
A controversial plan which objectors claimed would spoil the romantic setting of a Perthshire folly has been rejected.
A new Pictish stone which will celebrate the role of a Perthshire village in the birth of Scotland as a nation could stand for next 1,000 years.