EU nationals across Perth and Kinross will attend a public meeting in Perth this week in an attempt to tackle ongoing Brexit uncertainty.
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Companies affected by the collapse of McGill have been scrambling to prevent damage from the resulting fallout.
Perth city centre could be in line for two new hotels.
Residents in Perth and Kinross are being warned about a TV licensing renewal email scam after a local councillor was targeted.
Perth and Kinross Council has defended its record on emptying wheelie bins after a spate of problems with the service.
Details have emerged of how much Perth and Kinross Council paid for its lavish Christmas lights switch-on ceremony.
Cash-strapped council chiefs could scrap free dog poo bags as part of swingeing budget cuts.
A 12-year-old boy suffered facial injuries in a brutal assault by pupils from another school.
Community groups have been warned to expect less financial support from a council-run awards scheme in 2019, as the cash-strapped local authority prepares to tighten its belt.
Taxi drivers could be forced to take a tough quiz on local landmarks and street names before being allowed to work in Perth and Kinross.
Council bosses have defended a parking ticket blitz during a school’s Christmas show.
Proposals to build a school campus, sports complex and library facilities for children from Dundee, Angus and Perthshire have been submitted to Dundee City Council.
Long-awaited plans for a £30 million cinema and shopping complex on the edge of Perth city centre are back on track, developers have assured.
Plans to revamp a rural primary school have proved controversial.
Education officials have agreed to close a historic Perth school, despite a last-gasp plea by opposition councillors.
Perth and Kinross Council’s events team is on the hunt for entertainers to take part in the Christmas lights switch-on weekend. Organisers are seeking performers to take to the stage and the streets on Saturday November 17 from noon-6pm and on Sunday November 18 from noon-5pm. Anyone interested can contact 01738 477952.
Perth councillors have agreed to plough £55,000 into two of the biggest events in this year’s Winter Festival line-up.
A staffing crisis at Perth Crematorium left the facility without anyone qualified to carry out cremations, it has been claimed.
Plans to dredge the River Tay at Perth Harbour, described as a “game changer” for the port’s fortunes, could be postponed until 2020.
A local authority has been forced to report itself to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after admitting a massive data breach.