Plans for a rock and roll memorabilia museum in Kirriemuir have moved a step closer after the project won more than £77,000 in new funding.
Perth and Kinross councillors have been accused of being “anti-Dundee” after a vote on usurping the larger city as the lead in the Tay Cities partnership was defeated by the narrowest of margins.
Billed as Scotland’s largest underground aquifer, the Vale of Strathmore keeps the mineral water brand bearing its name supplied with 50 million litres every year.
A 17th Century monument at the heart of a Perthshire village is to be taken down and restored.
A Perth and Kinross tourism tax could raise at least £1million for council coffers, mitigating the effect of cuts in visitor hotspots such as Loch Leven, Pitlochry and Dunkeld.
Johnshaven volunteers are celebrating finishing the refurbishment of the village’s former lifeboat shed.
Kirrie folk have been turning life in the "wee red toon" into verse and rhyme for a century or more.
Prime Minister hopeful Jeremy Hunt will call for a review of spirit duty while on a visit to Perth today.
A Forfar musician has spoken of his pride at receiving hundreds of pounds from the great uncle and lifelong music fan he never got the chance to meet.
‘I unlocked my door and went straight in’ – Aberfeldy man braved huge blaze to save pet cats as flames consumed his home
An Aberfeldy father has told how he plunged into his blazing flat to rescue his two pet cats during a devastating fire on Friday night.