The head of Tayside Contracts has fired back at critics after parents shared photos of "revolting" meals served to pupils at Perth and Kinross secondary schools.
In the ruins of an old croft, four walls of rock gradually crumble into the earth. Nettles sprout from a thick carpet of fallen autumn leaves. The remnants of an old fireplace can still be made out. A birch tree sprouts through the spectre of an old doorway. Branches claw at the moss-covered stones. The void of an old window looks out on to wild shrubbery and weeds.
Plans for more than 100 new homes next to McDiarmid Park were outlined to residents in Perth at an event yesterday.
A campaign to remind tourists to drive on the left side of the road has been launched less than a month after a camper van was
filmed driving into oncoming traffic on the A9 in Highland Perthshire.
Perth city centre rocked out for St Andrew's Day, with thousands enjoying a packed line-up of top Scottish talent.
BREAKING NEWS: Blairgowrie man finally gets round to putting up those kitchen shelves. His wife is reportedly "delighted".
A trial holiday hunger and activity programme, aimed at giving Perth youngsters a square meal and a chance to blow off some steam with their friends, has been declared a success by education bosses.
Perth is popping the cork on its first ever prosecco festival.
Fed-up Scone residents have called for a long-term solution to the ongoing fly-tipping issue in their woodland area.
Preparations are under way for one of the biggest days on the Perth calendar, the Christmas lights switch-on.