Was a dragon once slain in the Perthshire town of Dunning?
Images of staff-wielding holy men valiantly battering terrible winged beasts into submission are generally associated with Game of Thrones, The Lord of the Rings and other fantasy-led epics. They tend to be less synonymous with small villages in the heart of rural Perthshire.
Sketch: Hacks play pantomime villains at SNP manifesto launch
It’s no secret that the SNP has an extraordinary number of paid-up members. But until you’ve seen them stretch for almost a quarter of a mile down Mill Street in Perth city centre, it’s hard to visualise such a mass of independence supporters.
Thinly veiled warning for land agents to toe the line
Land agents were yesterday left in no doubt as to the highly damaging consequences to their businesses of being found to be in breach of the soon-to-be-released codes of practice for dealing in the tenant farming sector.
70% of customers affected by energy price cap, says SSE
Gas and electricity giant SSE has revealed that 70 per cent of its household customer accounts would come under the scope of the Conservative’s energy price cap pledge as it warned against the “unintended consequences” of the move.
Jacobite relics on show at castle besieged during ‘45 rising
A Highland castle and former family home of a leading Jacobite general - who planned to blow up the pile at the height of the rebellion - has opened its collection of treasures from the ‘45 to the public.