12 April 2013: 10:10pm
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A SPECIAL visitor arrived in Comrie last week. Santa was piped into the Parish Church hall by Robbie Ronan and Tay.Read
CRIEFF’S Hogmanay celebrations are in jeopardy due to a lack of funding.Read
OVER 2,500 people visited the Strathearn Community Campus last weekend to take part in the broad spectrum of events put on to celebrate the opening of the new facility.Read
THE Royal British Legion Crieff Branch hosted a sell out Quiz Night in aid of Pancreatic Cancer Research.Read
A CRIEFF paramedic has slammed the conduct of a passing motorist who failed to come to the aid of an injured dog walker.Read
AUCHTERARDER Common Good Fund committee this week discussed an application for financial assistance from the Auchterarder Leisure and Recreation Association.Read
A WIDE range of activities and sporting events took place over the Strathearn Community Campus open weekend.Read
PERTH & Kinross Council have confirmed this week that improvements to MacRosty Park are set to get underway in late June 2010 when the main contractor is expected to set up on site.Read
OCHIL & South Perthshire MP Gordon Banks is urging his constituents to check their energy saving light bulbs to ensure they meet the strict criteria of the Energy Saving Trust.Read
TAYSIDE Police is again warning retailers, businesses and members of the public to be on their guard against the use of counterfeit money.Read
COMRIE Development Trust welcomed its latest tenant to Cultybraggan this week.Read
LOCAL MP Gordon Banks has been cleared following a detailed probe into Westminster politicians’ expenses.Read
AN application for planning permission for the erection of two dwellinghouses at Cultybraggan for Comrie Development Trust is currently pending consideration by Perth & Kinross Council.Read
PERTH College UHI has taken the decision to remain in its current location at Crieff Learning Centre on Lodge Street and is offering a full and varied programme of classes starting in January.Read
AS the Strath capital approaches what is traditionally a very busy period, Crieff’s Pubwatch Scheme is encouraging locals to make sure they have a safe and secure festive season.Read
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