The organisers of The Heart of Scotland Airshow have said "the show will go on" despite the announcement yesterday that The Red Arrows have been forced to pull out of the event.
The amount of illegal drugs being smuggled into Perth Prison remains "a cause for concern," according to a report on the maximum-security jail.
Aberfeldy wildlife expert Polly Pullar is looking after three baby red squirrels after their drey was blown out of a tree in the recent storms.
There was more than the anticipated drama as the Scottish Parachute Club celebrated its 50th birthday on Saturday after an experienced skydiver sustained injuries following his jump.
Scotland's "binge drinking curse" was brought sharply into focus yesterday when a young Perth man admitted downing more than 80 units of alcohol before launching a booze-fuelled attack.
A new product from a Carse of Gowrie winery could lead to a revival of the area's fruit-growing heritage.
The devastated family of an experienced canoeist who died as he tackled some of the River Tay's most notorious rapids have visited the scene of the tragedy.
A fire chief has spoken of the "emotional pressures" put on rescuers as they battled to save the trapped canoeist at Grandtully on Wednesday.
A young thrill-seeker who died after he was thrown from his canoe while trying to tame some of the River Tay's most turbulent rapids has been named by police.
A Perthshire fruit farm has refused to accept the findings of an employment tribunal that ruled it subjected two Polish workers to racial discrimination.