A new version of a spectacular Perth lights show which attracted more than 50,000 people last year is to be staged on the banks of the River Tay.
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 new group has been set up to suggest suitable routes and road designs for the £3 billion A9 Perth to Inverness dualling project.
The countdown is on to the Perth Christmas Lights Switch-on and Christmas Feast events, as well as an accompanying four days of road closures and traffic and parking restrictions.
Perth has become the latest Scottish city to offer free outdoor Wi-Fi as part of an ambitious digital drive aimed at winning more visitors and raising footfall.
Twenty-three local schools have been affected after heavy snowfall moved into Tayside and Fife on Friday morning.
Parents have rubbished a council study which considers the closure of a Perth city centre school.
A grave space shortage in Perth has triggered plans for a new cemetery on the edge of the city.
A flock of lost sheep spotted wandering through a Highland Perthshire forest face being culled.
The deadline is looming for a decision on Perth’s new £25 million state-of-the-art sports facility.