Opinion

How can “policy” be even remotely justified?

Sir, – With reference to the reappearance of, and invasion into private property by, members of the travelling” community in the Glenrothes and other ...

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They want us to let them run the country . . . ?

Sir, – On Tuesday my wife and I flew from Rome via Schiphol, landing in Edinburgh, 1200 miles and five hours later.

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A judgment call – it is not ‘anti anyone’

Sir, – Quite apart from Scotland choosing to assert its independence, thus ending the union of 1707, it is a valid thing to ask every citizen of the ...

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A case for this child to be put up for adoption

Sir, – Almost unnoticed last weekend a girl aged 12 years and three months became our youngest ever mother when she produced a baby girl conceived ...

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No ospreys once new walkway opens?

Sir,– How can certain members of the public be so arrogant or selfish as to ignore warning signs and scare the osprey “Lady” off her nest?

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It is good that common sense prevailed

Sir, – A victory for common sense and dignity is always pleasing to witness, so we should welcome the decision of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games ...

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Coming up — We’re coming for you

Scooby Doo’s Mystery Machine, the A-Team’s van, Edie McCredie’s Balamory bus — all impressive sets of wheels, I’ll grant you.

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Coming up in Tuesday’s Courier

Country roads, take me home.

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Coming up in Saturday’s Courier — chocs away

Duh-duh-du-du-du-duh-duh-duh-duh.

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Coming up in Friday’s Courier — Tally-ho and other historical goodness

If you want stories about war heroes then mein Gott have we got a treat for you?

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Coming up in Thursday’s Courier — p-p-pick up a penguin

Cracking penguin news in Thursday’s Courier.

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Coming up in Wednesday’s Courier — a rogues’ gallery

A fascinating Edwardian era rogues gallery of dodgy individuals banned from Dundee’s public houses leer out from the pages of our fascinating ...

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