19 June 2013: 12:55pm
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Strathearn’s amateur gardeners and DIY enthusiasts are being urged to make sure they are well stocked with medical supplies over Easter.Read
Two Crieff Hydro bosses are among the most successful and influential people in the Scottish hospitality industry, according to a new ‘power list’.Read
Long-established Crieff firm Campbell’s Bakery is opening a new shop in Comrie next month, resulting in a jobs boost for Strathearn.Read
Youngsters in Comrie are being offered free lessons in traditional music as the village’s popular pipe band seeks new recruits.Read
Residents in a south-west Perthshire village were in uproar last week after councillors rejected flood mitigation proposals.Read
A young cadet made his pledge to Queen and Country after crossing Perthshire’s eastern border.Read
Comrie residents have renewed calls for resurfacing work to be carried out on village’s Dalginross Bridge after an elderly woman fell and injured herself.Read
Comrie’s community councillors are appealing for help to save one of the village’s most iconic landmarks from ruin.Read
Two Comrie schoolboys are celebrating this week after raising plenty of ‘dough’ for charity by baking cakes and biscuits.Read
A Comrie joiner this week told of how his business has been “devastated” after thieves stole £5000-worth of tools from his van.Read
A senior Tayside Police chief has blamed the current financial climate for a decision to ditch controversial plans to move Crieff’s police station away from the town centre.Read
Comrie’s community councillors have expressed dismay at the extent of council cuts to spending on ground maintenance.Read
An innovative business scheme which would support regeneration and growth of the town centre could be established in Crieff.Read
Renowned Crieff firm Campbell’s Bakery has a special treat in store for hungry locals hoping to mark International Purple Day.Read
A letter for the victims of Comrie’s devastating floods confirming measures are being taken to reduce the risk of future incidents is now available on the village website.Read
Family doctors are concerned the proposed £100 million Crieff Hydro East development could overwhelm the capacity of local health services.Read
Gilmerton residents fear the scale of the Hydro East proposals could end up dominating their village and potentially ruin the character of the area.Read
A Crieff lane which litter louts have been using as a giant rubbish bin has been spruced-up thanks to the efforts of two local community councillors.Read
Comrie community councillors were celebrating after hearing the village’s faded yellow lines will be refreshed and repainted by the end of the month.Read
Comrie Heritage Group’s Tea Dance at the White Church was a great success with over 100 people turning out in their best 1940s’ attire to jitterbug and quickstep down memory lane.Read
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