20 June 2013: 6:24am
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A major accident reconstruction will take place this weekend as the police, ambulance service and fire brigade join forces for a special driver safety event.Read
A hard-working Crieff voluntary group has received a major cash boost after being awarded more than £6000 in grant funding.Read
Police chiefs have dropped controversial plans to relocate Crieff’s police station from the town centre to Strathearn Community Campus.Read
Politicians and community leaders have welcomed news that plans to move Crieff police station away from the town centre have been shelved.Read
A Dunning woman is looking for ‘Silver Solos’ to help her set up a social group for single people.Read
A Strathearn schoolboy famous around the world because of his amazing collection of animal bones has landed a book deal.Read
A farm worker suffered horrific leg and ankle injuries when she slipped and became trapped in unguarded machinery at a grain drying building.Read
Strathearn residents can now book a holiday when they pick up their stamps thanks to an innovative new scheme launched in Auchterarder.Read
Police have launched a new operation aimed at tackling a recent rise in rural crime across Strathearn.Read
A Crieff schoolgirl has been chosen to spend a gap year helping underprivileged children in a Cambodian orphanage.Read
The prospect of the massive T in the Park music festival being staged in Muthill has been described as “incredibly unlikely”, despite a flurry of rumours this week.Read
Farmers from across Scotland descended on Comrie at the weekend for a celebration of rural life.Read
Strathearn PC Euan Mitchell has teed-off in his new role as dedicated police community engagement officer for the Ryder Cup.Read
Crieff schoolgirl Abigael Brown was celebrating this week after raising more than £900 for terminally ill children with a sponsored swim.Read
Strathearn motorists will have the chance to test their driving knowledge at a special event being held at Crieff Hydro Hotel next month.Read
Community councillors in Comrie have appealed to residents to form a new group in an attempt to tackle the village’s increasing problem with dog fouling.Read
Well-known broadcaster Lesley Riddoch will be one of the guest speakers during the first of four open discussions in Comrie on Scottish independence.Read
Locally-based developers have unveiled plans which could see a former Crieff church transformed into a hotel.Read
It’s the year of Natural Scotland and what better way to celebrate than experiencing first hand the incredible beauty in our own backyard?Read
Politicians this week continued to demand answers over the closure of Crieff’s Royal Bank of Scotland.Read
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