John Swinney’s promise of a “renaissance” in education was met with threats of strike action by a union over teacher pay.
Pressure is being put on Perth and Kinross Council to address challenges caused by a surge in population and jobs in Blairgowrie.
Politicians demand assurances that Perth Prison will not face axe following comments from Government inspector
Politicians are demanding assurances that Perth Prison will remain open after a prominent Government inspector suggested it could be axed.
Dundee City Council leader John Alexander has blamed a 'communication cock-up' for the local authority saying it would use Scottish Government funding to provide swimming lessons.
Dundee City Council has been rebuked for suggesting that schools use money aimed at cutting the attainment gap to replace scrapped swimming lessons.
The conservation team behind plans to revive a famous Perthshire woodland are celebrating a new milestone.
Fife Council’s former leader has launched a ferocious attack on the authority's cuts to frontline education.
Extending a major trunk road in Perthshire will "obliterate" a historic war site, campaigners have warned.
The chief executive of the Scotch Whisky Association has warned of a potential multi-million pound hit to the sector if Brexit negotiations throw up new trade barriers.
Schools in the Education Secretary’s Perthshire constituency have warned that his new bill could make it even harder to fill senior posts.