Scottish Ministers have rejected a human rights challenge by the owners of an illegally-built bungalow in rural Perthshire.
A Tayside mother has hit out at a suspected vandal, saying they could have caused a serious accident by removing her five-year-old son's bicycle brakes.
A campaigner has accused Perth College UHI of a "token gesture" after the education body revealed it would be running a vastly reduced timetable of classes in Crieff after closing down learning centres.
Dozens of jobs may be created at £62m international science hub planned for Invergowrie’s James Hutton Institute
The James Hutton Institute in Invergowrie has submitted the first stage of a £62 million masterplan to build a new international hub.
Suspended councillor Colin Stewart has been removed as chairman of an influential health board.
An eye-catching and colourful painting which immortalises Perth with a quirky bird's eye view of the city has gone on sale for £9,500 at a new exhibition.
A Perthshire town's BMX park, which attracted bikers from near and far during its 1980s heyday, has been resurrected thanks to a huge community effort.
Drunk mum, 38, who kicked police officer after taxi-fare dodge in Perth allowed to carry out school run
A mother who repeatedly kicked a police officer after a drunken funeral has had her tagging order limited so she can do the school run.
Perth's Motor Mile will be radically transformed into a top destination for walkers and cyclists.
The Dundee Institute of Architects Awards took place at the Invercarse Hotel last night. Featuring projects from Dundee, Perthshire, Fife and Angus, the awards showcase the best of local architecture. One of the judges, Courier property writer Jack McKeown, reveals the winners.