A man has been sentenced to more than six years in jail for carrying out sex attacks on children in Blairgowrie in the 1980s.
Blairgowrie poet and Scottish folk legend Hamish Henderson is to be honoured in a new collection of poems inspired by his life and work.
Locals are flocking to help a stricken wrestling group after vandals who caused £6,000 worth of damage to its training facility came forward and confessed.
Dog attacks on wildlife in Perthshire have led to a businesswoman’s bid to set up a secure dog exercise area.
Hundreds sign petition to save Crieff learning centre as students speak out against college closures
More than 600 people have signed a petition to save Crieff learning centre as students continue to speak out against Perth College's decision to close its satellite facilities.
A popular Tayside wrestling organisation that has attracted world superstars to Scotland has been ransacked and torched by thugs.
A leading housebuilder has unveiled plans to create 150 jobs and invest £120 million in Tayside over the next five years.
Blairgowrie’s Castle Water has secured a new multi-million pound deal with the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) to provide water and wastewater services to the public sector in England.
A businessman living in an illegally-built home in rural Perthshire has made a last gasp bid to save it from demolition.
A long-standing intergenerational relationship between care home residents and Perth primary school pupils has been further strengthened with the creation of a unique tartan.