Scotland’s newest and most technologically advanced secondary school will enforce an outright ban on mobile phones during school time to encourage a “social media detox” among pupils.
Perth and Kinross Council
A play area which struggled to attract youngsters due to its rundown state is proving popular after a £70,000 facelift.
Plans to remove 50 dilapidated headstones for restoration at one of Scotland’s oldest churchyards have been revealed.
Perth Academy parents demand public apology after head boy and girl humiliate classmates in ‘racy’ speeches
Parents at a Perth school have called for the head boy and girl to publicly apologise for humiliating their classmates during a leavers’ day speech.
Are we prepared for a zombie apocalypse? Tayside councils reveal disaster plans ahead of possible rise of the undead
Just how prepared is Tayside for the rise of the living dead?
Craft beer giant BrewDog has won planning permission for outdoor seating at its Perth city centre pub, despite a complaint from a neighbouring funeral director.
The parent council of a Tayside primary school which is under threat of closure has issued a late appeal to increase the school roll.
A road in Perth has been closed due to a collapsed water main near a primary school .
A fire-hit auction firm is preparing to rise from the ashes with plans for a new base.
A landmark which has stood tall at the heart of a Tayside village for centuries is to be brought down amid concerns over falling debris.
Early proposals for a new super school for Tayside have gone on public display – but the timescale for the development has left many parents cold.
A commercial property on the edge of Perth city centre could soon be brought back into use in the near future.
An outdoor gym will be built on the banks of the River Ericht.
Police have issued a warning as a set of traffic lights are out in Perth.
Scores of residents have objected to plans for new housing in east Perthshire.
Perth is preparing to welcome the continental market back to the city centre.
A “sinkhole” has appeared in Perth, motorists have been warned.
Perth and Kinross councillors were accused of being “anti-Dundee” after a vote on usurping the larger city as the lead in the Tay Cities partnership was defeated by the narrowest of margins.
On the outskirts of Dundee, a whole new community is coming to life after years of planning.
A tourism tax could deliver more than £2 million a year for public services in Perth and Kinross, according to new analysis.