The Orange Order has been given the go-ahead to march through a Highland Perthshire town, despite fears it will threaten "inter-faith relations".
Courier Country businesses facing ‘chaos’ as nearly half of personal licence holders miss renewal deadline
Pubs, clubs, restaurants and off-sales across Tayside and Fife are facing "chaos" because nearly half of all individuals due to renew their licence to sell alcohol failed to meet the deadline.
Craft beer giant Brewdog has won planning permission for outdoor seating at its Perth city centre pub, despite a complaint from a neighbouring funeral director.
Councillors on Dundee City Council's Licensing Committee will decide whether to give the green light to this year's WestFest on Thursday.
A former pub boss had his drinks licence revoked after police said they raided his bar and found drugs, an axe and a knife.
A new licensing scheme for the breeding of pets does not go far enough in protecting animals from harm, warns a Fife cat shelter.
A Fair City watering hole has had plans to axe bouncers turned down by Perth and Kinross Council on the advice of Police Scotland.
Irresponsible pet owners face unlimited fines or up to five years in jail under new government proposals.
Taxi drivers could be forced to take a tough quiz on local landmarks and street names before being allowed to work in Perth and Kinross.
Traders have warned that limiting the number of off-sales outlets in parts of Fife in a bid to tackle alcohol-related harm would hamper investment.