16 April 2013: 11:16pm
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SOUNDS of Strathearn will hold a ploughing demonstration on Saturday, April 7, at Duchlage Farm in Broich Road, Crieff.Read
ADULTS who want to gain new skills in IT or improve their computing knowledge can sign up for classes starting next month at the Strathearn Community Campus in Crieff.Read
COMMUNITY firefighters from Auchterarder Fire Station presented local fundraisers with donations to their causes last week.Read
A TEACHER accused of submitting essays for his pupils which they had not written has been removed from the General Teaching Council for Scotland’s register.Read
CRIEFF Juniors Football Club raffled two exclusive VIP tickets to The XFactor Tour.Read
P7 pupils from Crieff Primary School put on a play depicting life in WWII last week for parents and family members.Read
MEMBERS of the public have until tomorrow (Friday) to give their views on the first Perth and Kinross Gaelic language plan.Read
INITIATIVES in the Blackford area are being invited to apply for a slice of ‘community pie’ from developers.Read
LOCAL charity Grace Notes Scotland is bringing Gaelic back to the fore in the Strath area.Read
YOUNG people in the Strath can try out new sports over the Easter holidays.Read
COMMUNITY councillors in Comrie are on a mission to spruce up the village’s lousy loos.Read
A GROUP of teenagers had a lucky escape when they were trapped in a burning car after a head-on crash on the A85.Read
THREE sisters have launched a bid to give a voice to the silent elderly with the creation of the first care home review website of its kind in the United Kingdom.Read
DETECTIVES carrying out enquiries into the murder of 80-year-old Forteviot woman Jenny Methven detained a 46-year-old man on Wednesday.Read
COMMUNITY councillors in Comrie are saying enough is enough over the state of the pavement on Dalginross Bridge.Read
CRIEFF resident Alastair McLean is urging parents to check their children have not bought dangerous bracelets.Read
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