Loch Tay volunteers are putting the finishing touches to the first inland ‘coastal rowing’ skiff in Perthshire.
Wild campers making a mess on the banks of a loch in Highland Perthshire are being watched by local residents.
Dozens of schools in Tayside and Fife are in “unsatisfactory condition”, official figures show.
The Scottish Government has just one week to improve its pay offer to teachers or union members will vote on strike action, the EIS has warned.
Scotland’s largest teaching union has announced the date of potential strike action.
John Swinney has said he has a “relentless focus” on improving the education system in Scotland, despite concerns being raised over standardised assessments.
‘Reconsider this retrograde decision’ – Deputy First Minister hits out at Perth & Kinross Council frozen school meals plan
Scotland's Education Secretary has told a Tayside council to rethink its cost-cutting plans for frozen school dinners.
Education Secretary John Swinney has congratulated Renfrewshire Council on its progress in narrowing the attainment gap in its schools.
Disadvantaged young people across Perth and Kinross will be helped into work by a new digital skills centre, thanks to an £80,000 grant.
An education professor has told MSPs some Scottish schools are using assessments in ways which are “not ethical”, such as the use of nursery data to stream primary one pupils.