Councillors are set to rule on plans to convert a former quarry in the Carse of Gowrie into a holiday park.
Local work providing fibre glass animals to customers across the world has been halted – after designers ran out of cows.
Emergency rescue crews spent three hours saving a man trapped in mud near Errol last night.
An avid car collector will sell his extensive collection of vintage MGs at Morris Leslie’s upcoming classic auction in Errol next month.
A congestion warning has been issued after a crash on the A90 between Dundee and Perth.
A young Tayside woman fighting bowel cancer has been given the devastating news the disease has spread.
A terminally-ill Tayside woman has been amazed at the success of her new book detailing her life with cancer.
A Dundee woman has told of her dramatic weight loss after dropping four dress sizes in seven months.
A husband and wife are accelerating the build of their luxury lodges park in the Carse of Gowrie after securing a £1 million finance package from HSBC.
A lack of wedding accommodation in the Carse of Gowrie has inspired a local couple to create a resort.
A “miracle” dog has cheated death after being run over by a double-decker bus in Dundee.
Police are urging motorists to secure their vehicles properly after a spate of break-ins in the local area.
A young woman who has been given only months to live is reaching out to others who are also suffering trauma in their lives.
Pooches put their best paws forward at the Errol Dog Show, held in glorious sunshine.
A Tayside pensioner who drove without insurance has been banned from driving for 12 months.
Friends of a man who has gone missing have made an emotional appeal for him to get in touch.
A copy of an Evening Telegraph printed the best part of a century ago and stashed behind some plasterboard has been unearthed in an attic.
Well, these two lassies were definitely working for their pocket money! Rosemary Cargill and Edith Hodge who were both from Errol are seen collecting blackcurrants and other berries at Wester Ballindean Farm in Inchture in 1955. There really is nothing like going berry picking in the sunshine.
A 32-year-old local man has pledged to raise awareness of brain tumours and funds for research as he battles an incurable form of the disease.
New plans for a stop-gap GP surgery in the Carse of Gowrie are expected to be lodged this week.