28 March 2013: 3:28pm
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A JEWELLERY theft in Crieff has joined the growing list of incidents in Strathearn and further afield.Read
AN AUCHTERARDER teenager has been busy raising money to spend a month in Tanzania teaching English to kids.Read
A PATH linking Crieff and Comrie is on the cards following the adoption of the core paths plan by Perth and Kinross councillors.Read
GILMERTON Soroptimist Janice Wilson is set to take on a huge challenge from Central Scotland Police - she is hoping to raise enough money to provide a car for the force’s Young Runaways Programme.Read
LOCAL councillors are on a mission to have Crieff’s historic Burgh chairs restored and put back on public view.Read
THERE will be no more than nine turbines ever built on Mull Hill, it was announced this week.Read
PLANS for Highland Spring to trial using trains to transport goods from Blackford were welcomed this week.Read
STRATHEARN residents have been urged to come forward with information after the death of an 80-year-old woman.Read
OBJECTORS to the Mull Hill wind farm plans recently heard arguments which they said give their campaign weight.Read
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