Dozens of local schools have announced they will be closed tomorrow due to the cold weather.
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Perth and Kinross Council is urging more locals to sign up to be foster carers.
Perth and Kinross Council has advised there will be changes to services on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and January 1 and 2.
Council chiefs hope to repeat the success of Perth’s Norie-Miller lights show with an expanded event next year.
The countdown is on to the Perth Christmas lights switch-on and Christmas Feast events, as well as four days of road closures and traffic and parking restrictions.
A cattery faces closure following a council decision that could slash its income by 80%.
Council staff could be taught to speak Gaelic as part of a strategy aimed at reviving the language in Tayside.
Urgent road repairs should be carried out in less than four hours in the future under new rules approved by Perth and Kinross Council.
Taxpayers have been forced to hand out more than £47 million to clean up after litter louts in the last four years, the Tele can reveal.
An investigation has been launched after hundreds of motorists were delayed in traffic jams after a major route through Perth was closed “in error”.
Planning permission has been sought to build a number of homes just outside Dundee.
An SNP councillor at the centre of a political storm over a perceived anti-English tirade nine weeks ago has apologised.
A Perthshire town’s community council could be forced to fold because of a lack of members.
Perth and Kinross Council plans to spend nearly £300,000 on a digital mail scheme, which it claims will lead to savings in the long run.
A deal has been struck to pave the way for a massive £30 million cinema and shopping complex on the edge of Perth city centre.
Perth and Kinross Council is to give council tax relief to some owners of long-term empty dwellings.
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Council chiefs are facing further criticism after more allegations of a Perth school’s English department being in a “state of crisis” emerged.
Construction workers have been braving the elements and scaling the heights to remove loose slates from the roof of a dilapidated former Perth church.