Businesses are bracing themselves for another three months of delays as road works restart on a key route into Perth city centre.
Further questions on Perth and Kinross Council's controversial plans to supply schools with frozen meals from a Dundee kitchen have gone unanswered.
Perth and Kinross Council's decision to scrap 50 school catering jobs has been hit with a wave of criticism.
Councillors have narrowly voted in favour of plans to introduce frozen meals to primary schools in Perth and Kinross, at the expense of 50 local catering jobs.
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As our nation’s health and wellbeing are hot topics so a visit to taste Perth & Kinross Council’s proposed primary school meals, to be prepared centrally by Tayside Contracts, was a must.
Tayside Contracts has apologised for a digger accident which cut out phone lines in parts of highland Perthshire for more than 12 hours.
Councils across Tayside will consider a money saving plan to meet a predicted increase in demand for school dinners.
School kitchen staff in Perth and Kinross will lose their jobs as part of plans to centralise food production in Dundee.
Proposals that will see 27 catering-related jobs created in Angus due to a Tayside wide shake-up in the way school meals are prepared will go before councillors early next year.
Councils spent £622,000 of public cash on a bungled legal bid to recover costs from a roadworks debacle.