A recreation of a Perthshire loch dwelling which gives visitors a taste of how people lived 2,500 years ago has attracted half a million visitors over the past two decades.
Rev Kenneth MacVicar, parish minister and chaplain to the Queen in Scotland, has died at the age of 95.
As the 2017 Tay salmon fishing season marked its official opening this week, Gayle has a bash at fly fishing
Anglers from far and near turned out in force as salmon season got underway at Kenmore on the River Tay.
A ten mile stretch of a Perthshire river is to be “brought back to life” thanks to a landmark agreement.
The opening of the salmon season will be toasted in traditional fashion later this month as anglers gather along the banks of the River Tay ready to try their luck.
While Scotland’s beloved bard Robert Burns traditionally enjoys the last word at Hogmanay with renditions of Auld Lang Syne celebrating friendship and the good old days, many of his other works were inspired by his travels.
A Perthshire tourist attraction is undergoing major repair works to save it for the next generation of visitors.
Rural communities across Highland Perthshire have been warned they may be unnecessarily putting themselves at risk of crime.
A Perthshire-based archeologist has become the first woman to test a revolutionary new device which makes it easier for divers to see in poor underwater conditions.