A radical shake-up of children’s music lessons in Perthshire, which aimed to make savings of more than £75,000, has been partially rejected by councillors.
Surrounded by high fencing and barbed wire, hundreds of gleaming white shipping containers stretch to the horizon, bounded by the shimmering blue waters of the mighty Euphrates River on one side and the arid landscape of the Turkish highlands on the other. Once, these containers carried goods along the motorways of Europe.
A timely tribute has been paid to the soldiers of The Black Watch with the creation of a special wristwatch to help raise funds for veterans.
New life is being brought to some of the Carse of Gowrie’s finest historic buildings as part of a three-year conservation project.
Evidence of Moredun Top’s status as the Tay Valley’s greatest seat of Iron Age power has been indisputable.
Painstaking excavations of one of Tayside’s greatest iron age seats of power have been carried out on Moncreiffe Hill.
Corporal Gary McClintock is famed for his love of chips and cheesy pasta.
Thousands of golf enthusiasts will pack into “fan zones” in city centres across Scotland as the Ryder Cup 2014 opens in Perthshire.
Perth College has been denied money for courses crucial to both the local and national economy, according to its chief executive.
An independent SNP Government would cut fuel bills by around £70 a year, Scotland’s Deputy First Minister has claimed.