Amongst the marchers in Perth on Saturday was former Scottish Socialist Party leader Tommy Sheridan, who praised the "warm embrace" from the city.
A east Perthshire art trail has returned for a second year, and organisers promise this year's showcase will be bigger and better than before.
VIDEO: Thousands pass through city centre peacefully as Scottish independence campaigners flock to Perth
Thousands of Scottish independence supporters marched through Perth on Saturday afternoon as campaign group All Under One Banner brought one of their biggest protests yet to the Fair City.
Kingdom Housing Association first started 40 years ago with a mission to provide ‘more than a home’ to local communities.
A potential solution to the primary healthcare problems in Bridge of Earn has been put forward by the village's community council chairman.
Pro-independence marchers took to the streets of Perth city centre on Saturday.
City Hall developments shown off to political leaders as Stone of Destiny consultation approaches conclusion
Perthshire's political leaders gathered at the City Hall yesterday as plans for the potential new home of the Stone of Destiny progressed.
VIDEO: Eyes of the golfing world to rest on Gleneagles as Solheim Cup gets ready to swing into action
The eyes of the golfing world will be on Tayside next week as more than 85,000 spectators prepare to descend on Gleneagles for the Solheim Cup.
A lifeline foodbank service is for the first time running out of emergency supplies to feed thousands of families living in crisis.
Disgusted Perth and Kinross parents slam school dinners as image surfaces of turkey burger served to girl
Disgusted parents have raised concerns about the food being served at Perth and Kinross schools after a mum shared a photo of a turkey burger her daughter was given at Blairgowrie High School.