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Children in Perthshire help towards raising £13,600 to help support thousands...

Children throughout Scotland, including many from Perthshire, toddled their way towards raising an incredible £13,633 to help Barnardo’s Scotland transform the lives of vulnerable youngsters.

First responders praised following helicopter crash

Perthshire politicians, John Swinney MSP and Pete Wishart MP, have praised quick-thinking first responders at Perth Airport following a helicopter crash at the site.

Tayside communities encouraged to build resilience with £220k fund

As the country attempts to return to normal following prolonged severe weather conditions last week, communities across Tayside are being urged to take advantage of a competitive fund designed to help them improve their community resilience.

Perthshire projects receive £180,000 boost from SSE’s Sustainable Development Fund

Six transformational Perthshire projects are set for a funding boost from SSE’s Sustainable Development Fund.

Perth on Red Alert weather warning issued by Met Office

Perth and Kinross Council have taken the sensible step to close all schools across Perth and Kinross tomorrow, Thursday, 1st of March 2018.

Perth & Kinross Council budget announced

Perth and Kinross Council budget for 2018/19 has been announced, after discussions took place on Thursday, 22nd of February. 

Perth & Kinross Council awards foodbank £10,000 in funding

Perth & Kinross Council has today confirmed that a grant of £10,000 is to be made to Perth & Kinross Foodbank to alleviate the charity's funding pressures in the current financial year.

Perth band Majik Carpet issue an apology after gig vandalism

A four-piece band from Perth, Majik Carpet have been slammed for vandalising a hotel room that was spray painted with offensive profanity.

Perth Crematorium To Reopen

Perth and Kinross Council set to re-open Perth crematorium following an extensive refurbishment.

Save Killiecrankie Battlefield

The Battle of Killiecrankie took place on 27 July 1689 and was the first engagement of the period of Jacobite rebellion