A local authority has been forced to report itself to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after admitting a massive data breach.
Perth and Kinross Council
Parents who spent years campaigning to keep a Carse of Gowrie school open have hit out at plans to close it.
An artist whose portraits of dead rock stars have fallen foul of council bosses and property owners in Perth has taken the wraps off his latest creation.
Perth Crematorium, which reopened in February after major refurbishment work, will be forced to close again.
A local homeowner claims he is hundreds of pounds out of pocket after repairing a council house.
More boat trips from Broughty Ferry to Perth are happening schooner rather than later.
A local councillor has admitted possessing more than 200 indecent images of children and an illegal video.
A well-known family restaurant looks set to be razed to make way for about 60 retirement homes.
A plea has been issued for talks to bring T in the Park back after it was confirmed there will be no return in 2019.
A local council is preparing to scrap burial fees for children under 18.
Council funding has been slashed by up to £100 a head in Tayside and Fife in five years, according to Holyrood researchers.
Children as young as three could soon be given lessons on the dangers of substance misuse, under preliminary plans drawn up by local councils in Tayside.
New designs for the £113 million Cross Tay Link Road will be unveiled to the public.
Tayside school worker who claimed sentence for trading indecent videos of kids was ‘harsh’ abandons appeal
A perverted Perthshire primary school worker jailed for trading indecent videos of children being abused has abandoned his appeal.
Perth and Kinross Council has clawed back £860,000 in energy consumption reductions in its buildings in the last six years.
A memorial to a Perthshire toddler who died in a road crash has been unveiled by her parents.
New businesses have started investing in an innovative Tayside Food and Drink Park, creating scores of jobs.
Thousands of residents across Tayside and Fife are on secretive council “watch lists” and some records go back more than 40 years.
Work is under way on an ageing city centre tenement block following fears about crumbling masonry.
A local authority has had its knuckles rapped over an ill-conceived football pitch — but has dodged having to take remedial action over the scandal.