Axe throwers are aiming for Scone Palace this summer as the attraction gets set to host the Scottish axe throwing championships for the first time.
A Scottish Government inquiry will determine the impact of new housing on congestion blackspots on the edge of Perth.
An application to turn a former pub in Scone into 51 retirement flats has been approved – despite developers admitting there is no guarantee the properties will be purchased by retired people.
Fed-up Scone residents have called for a long-term solution to the ongoing fly-tipping issue in their woodland area.
A community council has hit back at claims objectors to the controversial North Scone project are now registering an interest in buying homes within the development.
A Perthshire girls' football team has been presented with new kits issued as a prize at Westminster - just in time for their first game.
A surge in flight training applications and recognition by the Ministry of Defence has put ACS Aviation on course to record a 46% increase in turnover.
Residents in Scone have demanded that councillors put "people before pounds" and move the proposed £113million Cross Tay Link Road (CTLR) project further north away from the village.
Angry Scone residents have objected to the first phase of a controversial 700-home development in the village.
A Perth businessman has outlined his ambition to reopen Scone Post Office as soon as alterations to the building are completed.