Raith Rovers are set to unveil John McGlynn as their new manager at Stark’s Park tomorrow morning.
Sir, – If anyone thinks we will leave the EU they are deluded.
Sir, – The ongoing closure of the out-of-hours service is causing increasing concern and has implications for all St Andrews, greater North East Fife and East Neuk residents, visitors and workers who come into the area, especially on night shifts.
A Fintry man is facing a lengthy prison term after being found guilty of a historic child sex offence.
Fife and Tayside were counting the cost of Storm Ali as clean-up operations swung into action.
Sir, – In this week’s Talking Football (“McCann staring at the exit?”, Courier, September 19) your writer Ian Roache comments that “it is regrettable that at such a positive time for the city, thanks to the opening of the V&A, the two Dundee football clubs are performing so poorly”.
A Fife man, who climbed into the home of a young woman and stole her underwear, has been jailed for 18 months.
Sir, – I seem to recall that the plan to reuse Perth City Hall as a food market with ancillary social and community activities and benefits was brushed aside by Perth and Kinross Council as they intended to reopen the City Hall as a world-class arts venue.
Sir, – This week we learnt that Muriel Gray wants to rebuild the ruined School of Art in Glasgow.
A man has been ordered to stand trial accused of making an “improvised explosive device” in his home “with intent to endanger life”.