Work is under way to begin mapping thousands of miles of tracks and trails in Highland Perthshire in a bid to peddle more cycling holidays in the area.
Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters 2020 will celebrate the role of lochs, rivers and seas in shaping who Scottish people are and their place in a modern tourism destination.
Residents and business owners in Pitlochry were given a first sneak preview at what a £10 million new chain hotel in the Highland Perthshire town could look like.
Campaigners across Perthshire are digging in in their battle for answers on taxpayer funding for a controversial tourist route.
Tay water taxis have become ‘first step’ towards modern vision of river say operators as season concludes
A season of boating on the Tay has been wrapped up, but operators of the water taxi network are already planning on stepping up the river's impact on Perth next year.
Hotel chain Premier Inn has revealed plans for a 105 bedroom hotel in Pitlochry, bringing dozens of jobs to the town.
Mystery surrounds the future of a prominent Perth hotel which closed suddenly without informing patrons.
The owners of Perth’s historic Salutation Hotel have shrugged off challenging trading conditions to record increases profit and bed occupancy levels.
The London Eye has rotated backwards for the first time in its history to mark the end of British Summer Time (BST).
The charity behind V&A Dundee made a £780,000 surplus in the year the attraction welcomed its first visitors.