Perth's 2017 boating season will feature newly-installed pontoons and a host of activities including Tay trips and free taster sessions.
The construction of the UK's biggest power line in more than half a century has been recognised as a major feat of engineering.
Tourism is the “heartbeat" of the Perth and Kinross economy, according to the country's national agency for attracting visitors.
Crippling rates bills could see Tayside and Fife's public leisure centres forced out of business, it has been warned.
A controversial decision to charge residents £25 to use a brown bin for recycling garden waste could lead to an increase in fly tipping, it’s been claimed.
The son of two leading Perth politicians has landed a role playing a legendary character in an Off-Broadway production of Trainspotting Live.
Three hundred years ago, Crieff was the cattle-droving crossroads of Scotland.
An eco-friendly glamping site in Perthshire has revealed a host of unusual items left by guests over the past year, including 10kg of uncooked chicken.
Perth residents got a glimpse of the future when plans for the transformation of the City Hall went on public view on Thursday.
Politicians demand assurances that Perth Prison will not face axe following comments from Government inspector
Politicians are demanding assurances that Perth Prison will remain open after a prominent Government inspector suggested it could be axed.