A chip shop is offering customers a seasonal treat – an entire deep-fried Christmas dinner.
Dunkeld Fish Bar in Perthshire says its turkey goujons, battered Brussels sprouts and carrots, and parsnip fritters are proving very popular.
They are served with a giant pig in a blanket – a battered foot-long sausage – and a deep-fried mince pie on the side. The speciality supper will set you back about £10.
Sale proceeds are going to the community, with a visit from Santa and his reindeer planned.
A farmer is being sued for £2 million damages over claims that he spoiled a huge crop of Christmas trees.
Motorists on the A9 have been warned to expect delays as work gets under way on a busy Tay crossing.
The Perth branch of the Samaritans will open on Christmas day for the first time this year.
For the second year running, the Music Business degree course at Perth College UHI has achieved a 100% student satisfaction rating.
An aspiring author from Perthshire has been picked to write a book about her experience of domestic abuse by one of the world’s leading publishers.
Scotland’s grouse sector is bracing itself for the full impact of a weather-hit year to emerge as the final shots are fired in a difficult 2018 season.
Perth became a sea of red and white on Saturday as hundreds of Santas raced through the city centre.
In retrospect, it would have been tough for anyone but the V&A Dundee crew to take the top spot in our Impact 100 list. In the planning for a decade, financed after a remarkable funding campaign, and now finally here to tremendous acclaim, Scotland’s first design museum is a once in a generation project.
A ten-year-old boy helped carry out a terrifying armed carjacking on a windfarm worker who was sleeping in a remote layby in the dead of night.
A well known art dealer has reopened his Perth city centre gallery, more than 40 years after he moved out.
A sweet chestnut tree as old as Bonnie Prince Charlie has become the 15,000th specimen recorded as part of an exhaustive preservation project.
Perth Theatre has celebrated the first anniversary of its dramatic relaunch.
A campaigner who escaped forced marriage has said people living in rural areas with a small population of ethnic minorities may be even more at risk than those in big cities.
The official launch of the £25m Almondbank flood defences has been mired in controversy after residents complained the work is still incomplete and has ruined local gardens and the natural environment.
A man is to stand trial next year, along with a woman, charged with murdering his sister at a notorious witch’s monument in Perthshire.
Fears are growing for a missing Blairgowrie man, who vanished from his home a week ago.
A recurring recruitment crisis has forced a "vital" Perthshire hospital unit to cancel all weekend openings for the rest of the year.
Scores of demonstrators took to the streets of Perth to protest against violence against women.
A school for children with additional support needs was closed as the result of a “vendetta” orchestrated by Perth and Kinross Council, its three most senior staff have said.