Architects who lost out in the Perth City Hall design contest - despite being given the highest score by the selection panel - are now considering legal action against council chiefs.
Council chiefs in Perth hope to repeat the overwhelming success of the city's Norie-Miller light show with an expanded event in the new year.
Council bosses have been warned to brace themselves for up to £100 million of fresh cuts.
A ground-breaking energy project which was designed to heat hundreds of homes, businesses and schools across Perth has been scrapped.
A killer Tayside driver jailed for the death of a Perth cabbie has been sent back to prison after a court heard how a DVLA blunder left him able to take to the road in a £50,000 weekend test drive Audi.
Police have been praised by a host of groups for their handling of a Scottish Defence League rally — and counter-protest — in Perth.
Cash-strapped councils in Courier Country have racked up a £1.1m road crash bill over the past two years.
Dozens of volunteers spent the night on the streets of Perth to highlight the plight of the area's homeless population.
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.
The foot of Perth’s High Street was cordoned off after reports of a person in the River Tay. Four fire units, the technical rescue unit, along with ambulance and police attended shortly after 4.30pm on Wednesday, but were quickly stood down. They made a precautionary check but it was ascertained to be a false alarm.