Pupils will return to classrooms at Our Lady’s RC Primary in Perth on Tuesday after an enforced two-week absence.
Perth Theatre’s enthusiastic artistic director Lu Kemp has ambitions for the venue and its company that go far beyond simply returning to a rejuvenated stage.
Rescued from the mud and peat that contributed to the downfall of the Jacobite cause at Culloden in 1746 the small shield could have been one of a number borne by the brave Scots.
For families across Scotland it started with a simple telegram and photograph bearing the worst possible news — a loved one had fallen in combat.
Parents believe Perth and Kinross Council is turning its back on tens of thousands of pounds of government funding in its haste to close schools and save money.
Improvement work to grow Perth’s cultural quarter will resume on Monday day after a break for the city’s festive events.
The river Tay retains a worldwide reputation as one of Scotland’s finest salmon rivers, attracting angling enthusiasts from around the globe.
A transatlantic investigation into child abuse images led the FBI to a schoolboy in a static caravan in Perthshire.
A 3,000-year-old Bronze Age logboat has been delivered to its new home at Perth Museum and Art Gallery on the back of a specially-equipped lorry.
The future of the St Madoes Scout group has been secured after a two year struggle against closure.