17 April 2013: 1:03am
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ON SATURDAY visitors to Comrie Fortnight float parade can take the weight off their feet in Bumblebee Square and be attended to by a team of butlers.Read
GLENEAGLES train station is in line for a fresh coat of paint.Read
VOLUNTEERS are being invited to play a part at Perth Samaritans.Read
THE fun and the sun continued as Comrie Fortnight went into its second week.Read
THE residents of BLESMA should be the focus of any change, a local politician has stated.Read
COMRIE will host one of the biggest mountain marathon events later this year.Read
THE organisers of the Drummond Castle Garden charity fete are hoping for fine weather on Sunday, when the gardens are open under Scotland’s Garden Scheme.Read
FOLLOWING the great success of the 2010 Culty Quake music event in Comrie, it is envisaged that future such events could take place every two years.Read
THE latest offering from local artist and publisher Pedro has just hit the shelves.Read
CRIEFF will be buzzing again this year as the local section of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club bring more than 100 vintage and classic motor cycles and three-wheelers into town for their rally this weekend (August 6 and 7).Read
MORRISON’S Academy in Crieff is seeking planning consent to build a new nursery.Read
THE ever popular Sounds of Strathearn parade will once again play a part in Crieff Highland Games day.Read
AUCHTERARDER will get a new chemist by the end of the year.Read
DISCUSSIONS between the Scottish Ambulance Service and staff over meal breaks continue after unions rejected the latest offer of overtime and a one-off payment.Read
A PROPOSAL for a community pub in Muthill was just one of the items arising at the recent Community Futures meeting in Muthill.Read
THE local heavyweights competing at Crieff Highland Games this year will have the added incentive of fighting it out for the David McLaren Memorial Quaich.Read
FIGURES on those receiving job seekers allowance reveal Perthshire has seen a leap in people claiming the benefit.Read
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