Plans to transform the River Tay in Perth into a bustling visitor destination with water taxis, leisure craft moorings and a floating heritage centre have taken a leap forward.
A Perth visitor attraction is seeing stars after it was named as one of the top Scottish tourism businesses by industry bosses.
Health professionals are so concerned about the drinking habits of people in Tayside they are quizzing 16 patients in the region every single day about how much booze they consume.
Volunteers with personal experience of breast cancer are being sought to support people in Perth who are battling the disease and its after effects.
A Perth-based support worker is one of two Tayside finalists in the Scottish Health Awards 2014.
Police have launched an investigation after a shop was robbed by a man armed with a knife.
Police are on the hunt for an man after he robbed a Tayside Co-op at knife point.
Fire crews were called to a house in Perth after it caught alight during renovation works.
Music fans will enjoy some of Scotland’s finest traditional tunes this weekend as the annual Perth All Scotland Accordion and Fiddle Festival returns to the city.
Tayside will be hit with gales this weekend with wind chill set to make conditions decidedly chilly.
Perth’s rich history will form the backdrop to an unusual event this weekend the city’s first paranormal festival.
NHS Tayside overspent its budget by more than £2m in the first five months of the financial year, according to a new report.
A play recreating one of the most historic battles of the First World War will take an audience of children into the trenches of Ypres.
A Tayside actress, who has appeared at both Dundee Rep and Perth Theatre, is swapping the stage for a spell on the screen.
Councillors have expressed sympathy with a Perth woman who has objected to plans that would almost double the number of children at the nursery next door to her home.
The number of children under 10 in Tayside who have been treated for alcohol-related injuries or illness has almost trebled in the past three years.
A Perthshire woodland is buzzing as part of a £20,000 project to improve forests across the region.
Three Perthshire groups have become the latest beneficiaries of grants from the Big Lottery Fund’s Awards for All scheme.
The former Perth home of author John Buchan, who wrote The Thirty-Nine Steps, is to be turned into offices.
“Today was the first time I really cried. It felt good to let it out.”