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PLANS to turn a Cultybraggan nuclear bunker into a digital safe house have been welcomed by Roseanna Cunningham MSP.
IMAGES of vehicles have been released as police pledge there will be no let-up in the hunt to find the brutal murderer of Strath pensioner Jenny Methven.
THE council has pledged to continue improving schools across Strathallan over the next few years.
MUTHILL Community chiefs have rallied round in a bid to stop speeding in their village before "something serious happens."
A SPECIAL needs teacher in Auchterarder has been selected as Scotland's Global Poverty Ambassador for 2012.
CRIEFF Recycling Centre officially re-opened its doors last Thursday following an extensive revamp.
LANG Toon traders are urging as many businesses as possible to join together to promote the area and therefore secure the future of their shops.
BRACO mums have raised concerns about the potentially "dangerous" state of Braco Village Hall.
SCOTLAND'S Oldest Public Lending Library in the heart of Strathearn will reopen its doors today (Thursday, March 1).
MURDERED Strathallan pensioner Jenny Methven was killed with blunt object, police have revealed as Crimestoppers put up a £10k reward.
DEVELOPERS of the Mull Hill windfarm have announced there will be no more than nine turbines ever built on the Abercainy Estate following concerns from Strath residents and MSP's.
STRATHALLAN communities have joined in opposition to urge the council to reject the Cemex Planning Applications to quarry at Glendevon.