A motorist was so drunk he couldn't remember driving the wrong way down one of Scotland's most notorious roads.
Police have closed a stretch of the A9 in both directions after a 'serious' road traffic collision.
Delays are expected on trains from Aberdeen and Inverness to Glasgow after a person was hit by a train. Services are now being redirected through Fife as a result of the incident between Perth and Stirling. Passengers have been warned to expect delays on the line until 2.30pm today.
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A man heading out of a supermarket in Perth was beaten up after his car was hit by another vehicle early this afternoon.
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Perth Racecourse was instructed to abandon the meeting planned for Tuesday July 28 due to being 'too waterlogged'.
Police have appealed for information after two men racially abused and assaulted a passengers on a train from Aberdeen.
Tributes have been paid to Lydia Macdonald who was found dead in her flat in Perth on Wednesday.
A toddler has been found alone with the body of a dead woman in a Perth flat.
A hapless motorist claimed he stubbed his toe and fell off a 100-foot high road bridge before downing a bottle of whisky and clambering back up onto the motorway.
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Drivers remain unconvinced that the installation of average speed cameras on the A9 is a good thing.
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Train travellers face three consecutive weekends of disruption on the Inverness-Perth line.
It stretches all the way from Perth in the south to Fraserburgh in the north-east, and while it is one of the country's busiest roads, the A90 is arguably nobody's favourite.
For years, the A9 has held a reputation as one of the most notorious roads in Scotland - it has been the scene of numerous fatal smashes and countless other serious crashes.
A man threatened staff in a Perth food shop with a knife before stealing hundreds of pounds in cash.
Just one in ten drivers believe average-speed cameras will make Scotland's most notorious road safer.
A couple of years ago I was in Perth meeting business colleagues in a city centre hotel. Even before I checked in they told me we needed to go out to eat. There was nothing wrong with the fare on offer but the hotel was full of people from bus tours all wanting fed at the same time. My companions were looking for something quieter and perhaps a bit more adventurous.
Police officers, Tayside and Aberdeen Divisions are appealing for information that could help trace the whereabouts of 16-year-old Ronan McKenzie who was last seen in the Glencarse area of Perthshire on Tuesday 1st July 2014.