Public holiday waste collections in Angus have been rescheduled for the festive season.
Loch Tay volunteers are putting the finishing touches to the first inland ‘coastal rowing’ skiff in Perthshire.
Perth Farmers' Market bosses say they are fighting back against the downturn blighting Scottish high streets.
Police in Tayside have welcomed funding for specialist mental health staff who will work in the region’s police stations, prisons, GP practices and accident and emergency departments.
‘Not the kind of cows we expected to see’ – walkers’ anger as ice cream fridge dumped at beauty spot
Fly-tippers have blighted a Brechin beauty spot by dumping an entire ice cream fridge in the woods.
The first pews in a Tayside kirk have been taken out as the congregation prepares for sweeping changes to its landmark town centre home.
The first minister has defended investing £40 million in a third Perth bridge over the Tay at the expense of more substantial support for the former Michelin tyre plant in Dundee.
The only bird of prey poisoned in Scotland last year was found in Highland Perthshire, according to official statistics.
A Pitlochry whisky expert has returned from London where he helped to judge the world’s best drams.
Anti-smoking services in Perth and Kinross have come under fire after it was revealed the number of smokers in the area is growing despite government efforts to wipe out the habit.