1st Kinross Boys’ Brigade held its annual display and presentation of awards at Kinross Church Centre. The company has had a successful session winning a number of awards. As well as reaching the Scottish finals of the national badminton competition the company were battalion champions in badminton, drill, dodgeball, figure marching, singing and swimming.
Plans to convert a listed building in a residential area of Perth into a pool hall have split the local community.
An international gathering of sportsmen and women will descend on Perth at the end of the week.
A group of ten pupils from Blairgowrie High School enjoyed hands on experience when they took over Little’s Restaurant in the town and provided a three course meal to paying customers.
Construction work on a new £4 million visitor attraction in Highland Perthshire is nearing completion, ready to open early next year.
The new chairman of Perth Civic Trust, David Maclehose, has taken over the reins of the heritage watchdog from Sandy Bremner.
Perth High School welcomed a community judging panel to the final of its Youth Philanthropy Initiative for 2016, where groups of pupils presented to try and win the £3,000 Wood Foundation Grant for their own charity.
Classic vehicle enthusiasts will be heading for Perthshire this month for an auction given over to historic cars, lorries, tractors and motorcycles.
The story of a Perth building which plays a central role in the city’s most celebrated literary connection is told in a new booklet.
The place of art in human conflicts is explored in a new exhibition in Perth featuring the work of war artists and photographers over the past 160 years.