Pupils have been told to start raising nearly £2,000 after parents voted to keep the school badge at the centre of a heraldry dispute with the country’s Lord Lyon.
The grandfather of a Kinross boy who was diagnosed with cancer will cycle from Tyneside to Tayside to raise money for charity.
Leaders of Perth and Kinross’s Heritage Trust are “delighted” with £750,000 invested in the cities’ historic buildings, which could lead to jobs being created in the area.
Perth and Kinross councillors have voted to push ahead with the closure of the region's smallest school.
A lorry that broke down on a slip road off the Friarton Bridge, Perth, has been moved away by a recovery crew.
BBC political debating television programme Question Time is returning to Perth and producers are seeking vocal locals to be among the audience.
Master kilt maker and respected businessman Ruthven Milne has died, aged 90.
Stagecoach boss Sir Brian Souter has pledged a six-figure sum towards ambitious plans by Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance to buy a new helicopter.
The father of a 22-year-old woman found dead in rural Perthshire has said his family will "never be the same again".
The number of complaints lodged against the council’s social work department have risen by more than 50% in 12 months.
A Perthshire tourist town has gone doggy daft as almost all of its cafes and restaurants are now offering a three-course canine menu.
The cost of crucial respite care for hundreds of families across Perth and Kinross could be about to sky-rocket, with one household already hit with an increase of a staggering 900 percent.
Businesses in a Highland Perthshire town are leading the way in cutting down on the use of plastics.
Council bosses are being urged to act on complaints from residents living near a Kinross-shire Travellers site.
Police believe a young woman found dead on a rural Perthshire road may have been murdered.
Move over Harry and Meghan - this couple are tying the knot.
A huge concert at Scone Palace at the end of May, headlined by Noel Gallagher, will be streamed live on TV and radio.
A pensioner denies staring into neighbours’ properties, moving bins, painting a garage wall and swearing at residents.
The restoration home of one of Scotland’s rarest birds was shown to local politicians and school pupils on Monday for the first ever black grouse open day in Perthshire.
Plans to extend early learning and childcare (ELC) hours are on track with the scheme already rolled out in two areas of Perth.