Cyclists have been involved in nearly 300 crashes in Tayside since the turn of the decade, new figures have revealed.
A Tayside minister has paid tribute to Perth man David Haines whose brutal death at the hands of Islamic State extremists has shocked the world.
A new bid to tap in the geocaching craze aims to bring a flood of tech-savvy visitors to Perth and Kinross.
The Foreign Office has said it is “working urgently to verify” a video purporting to show the beheading of British aid worker David Haines.
More must be done to boost the profile of Perth in order to help the city centre survive, it has been claimed.
A serial rapist who tied up a woman at a house and subjected her to a harrowing sex attack has been jailed for 10 years.
A private pilot avoided a nasty accident after one of his plane’s wheels broke while he was landing at Perth Airport.
The oldest golf course in the world has appointed a professional golfer to tee up a secure future for it.
They are two of Dundee’s top sports ambassadors, rubbing shoulders with Scotland’s best athletes.
Perth Amateur Operatic Society is again offering a place for one young hopeful aged 16 to 18 on a scholarship scheme which was set up last year.
Perth residents are being urged to play a role in Cancer Research UK’s Relay For Life, which takes place in the city for the first time in June 2015.
Perth Harbour is being marketed in an effort to attract private-sector investment.
A Perthshire artist is working on a poignant depiction of life in the trenches as a tribute to his grandfather, who lost his life in the First World War.
The Tayside NHS Board Endowment Fund, which has been receiving donations and granting funds for projects for many decades, has been relaunched as the Tayside Health Fund.
Tayside nurses believe they are owed “hundreds of thousands of pounds” in backdated holiday pay claims dating back six years.
She was delighted when her hockey team scored gold at the UK School Games at the weekend.
“A well-loved guy who would do anything for anybody”.
School pupils are taking part in a more diverse sports programme than ever, school chiefs said today.
Firefighters attended a ground floor blaze in a Blairgowrie house this morning.
A tale of a man marooned on Britain’s most westerly point for 45 days while confined within a tiny capsule will be one of the stories in a new series of talks.