Transport bosses expect to confirm this year if the current timescales for dualling the A9 and A96 "remain deliverable".
It was a trip into the unknown, along a route which seemed to last forever, to a vast expanse of terrain where water is more expensive than petrol.
Rail commuters are facing delays due to adverse weather conditions in Stirling.
Mary Whittaker has never been fazed by setbacks or challenges on her spiritual journey.
A police watchdog is to investigate a pursuit in Perthshire which resulted in four teenagers being injured in a crash.
Two teenage girls have been left with serious injuries after the car they were in crashed during a police pursuit across Perth.
Four people have been taken to hospital after a car crashed during a police pursuit across Perth.
As Hostelling Scotland marks its 90th anniversary this month, Gayle Ritchie explores how the organisation has broken away from outdated stigmas and refreshed its identity.
Workers have launched a mammoth effort to plough several feet of "deep, drifting" snow from the railway line between Perthshire and the Highlands.
An out-of-control wildfire burning north-east of the Australian west coast city of Perth has destroyed at least 56 homes and is threatening more, with many locals in the region told it is too late to leave.
Firefighters have rescued residents from their home after a fire at a business in the centre of Perth.
It’s five years since Storm Frank ripped through Scotland, wreaking a trail of destruction across the country. Gayle Ritchie looks back at one of the worst weather events in recent history.
Kemar Roofe netted his ninth goal in as many starts for Rangers to send Steven Gerrard’s men on their way a 3-0 triumph over St Johnstone in Perth.
The Stone of Destiny is to return “home” to Perth after the Queen approved the plan.
Was the tiny village of Fettercairn the site of history’s most bizarre assassination? That’s the question pondered by John Withington, the author of Assassins’ Deeds, which publishes today. Gayle Ritchie finds out more.
‘Heartbroken’ family pay tribute to former Aberdeen police officer who died while on duty in Australia
Tributes have been paid to a north police officer who collapsed while working in Australia.
A World War Two Spitfire will soar above hospitals in the north-east as part of a thank you message for all NHS staff and those still battling Covid-19.
Trains between Aberdeen and Glasgow are delayed this morning.
Fancy home-made fish and chips or lobster for a special occasion? Use our guide to the 10 of the best local fishmongers open for business in your area.
For many of us cheese is the ultimate comfort food, whether it’s a mature Cheddar, a soft Brie or a strong-flavoured Stilton.
A north-east man living in Australia was forced to postpone his wedding after his family were unable to travel to the country due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Dozens of countryside workers have staged a demonstration against TV presenter Chris Packham, claiming his campaign work is threatening their jobs.
Services between Aberdeen and Glasgow have been delayed due to a signalling fault.
The second episode of Emeli Sande's new series focusing on Scotland's best buskers will air tonight.
The first episode of Emeli Sande's new series focusing on Scotland's best buskers will air tonight.
Sir Ian McKellen was the star guest at a Pride event in Perth on Saturday which saw hundreds of people parade through the city.
A 12-year-old boy who was rescued from the River Tay in Perthshire on Sunday has sadly died in hospital.
Thousands of music fans indulged in a weekend of 1980s nostalgia at Scotland’s Rewind festival, with acts including Foreigner, Belinda Carlisle and The Stranglers.
More ScotRail services have been cancelled today due to a shortage in staff.
A motorist has described the terrifying moment he saw a car heading down a slip road on to the M90 into the face of oncoming traffic.