A Scone woman has earned a podium finish at the annual Mrs India UK competition.
A prominent Perthshire site has been pounced upon by fly-tippers just weeks after it had its recycling centre removed.
A main road near Perth is closed this afternoon after a two-vehicle collision. The A94 is shut near Perth Airport, north of Scone. A police statement said: “Local diversions should be in place, but please try and avoid the area if you can.”
Stand-up comedy legend Phill Jupitus will be leading the laughs at this year’s Perth Rewind festival.
Scheduled passenger flights could be on the cards for Perth Airport.
Scone is not the biggest of places but the girls’ football teams in the Tayside village are gearing up for what they hope will be a successful season.
A man demolished part of a house after overtaking other cars at high speed on the A90 between Perth and Dundee before hurtling off the road, a court heard.
Girls’ football is growing in Scotland, not only in the cities and towns but also in smaller places.
A workman operating in Dundee allegedly duped homeowners out of nearly £62,000 with shoddy repairs.
They may only be aged nine – and some are even younger – but the girls who form Scone U/9s are football daft.
An online retailer has been jailed for a year after admitting having more than 250 hours of child abuse videos.
Plans have been submitted for the first phase of a housing development on the edge of Perthshire’s biggest village.
Thieves stole about £2,500 of equipment from a joiner’s van after ripping a hole in the back of the vehicle.
A builder is to stand trial accused of scamming more than £60,000 from customers by allegedly carrying out work in a “grossly negligent and unworkmanlike manner”.
Former local football coach who pretended to be a child on Instagram banned from parks and playgrounds
A former Scottish youth football coach has been banned from areas frequented by children after he was caught grooming a 10-year-old.
A well-known family restaurant looks set to be razed to make way for about 60 retirement homes.
It’s going to be no illusion when one of the leading stars of the ’80s takes the audience at this year’s Rewind Festival at Scone on a “musical escape”.
Local authorities working on this month’s Biggest Weekend concert at Scone Palace have been blasted over parking charges that will cost more than the tickets.
Break a leg is a term normally associated with the entertainment industry — but it’s not one dance teacher Diane Johnston wants to hear.
Scone Palace is enjoying a surge of interest thanks to the “Mary Berry effect”.