Celebrated chef Andrew Fairlie will receive a posthumous honour at Thursday's Perth College graduations.
Landmark case sees jailed Perthshire paedophile freed because Perth Prison breached his human rights
A wheelchair-bound paedophile, who posed as a 14-year-old boy online to dupe children into sending him explicit images, has been freed from prison after appeal court judges heard staff were unable to cope with his physical needs.
Antique lanterns linked to Perth woman at centre of scandalous Victorian love triangle go under the hammer
An enduring fascination with Perth woman Effie Gray, whose love affair rocked Victorian Britain to its conservative core, could see some of her belongings change hands for thousands of pounds at an auction sale in London this week.
Author of damning Tayside mental health report dismayed that calls for wider review have not been heeded
Health chiefs have refused to halt a controversial shake-up of psychiatric services in Tayside, despite a plea for a "fundamental redesign".
The head of Perth College is working with staff and trade unions on an emergency cost-saving plan, after a report by Scotland's public spending watchdog forecast a major funding shortfall.
BREAKING NEWS: Blairgowrie man finally gets round to putting up those kitchen shelves. His wife is reportedly "delighted".
A well-used Perthshire town hall could be demolished and replaced with a more eco-friendly building.
Scottish Ministers have rejected plans for dozens of new homes at a "noisy" greenfield site in Carse of Gowrie.
A popular mountain trail in Highland Perthshire has been relaunched after more than £220,000 of repairs.
The leader of Perth and Kinross Council said he is being forced to make nearly £500,000 worth of cuts to education services, after controversial plans to serve up frozen school meals were rejected.