Sir, – Michael Alexander’s piece about the waterfront development (The Courier, October 9) is sure to encourage debate about the value of such a wonderful open space.
Sir, – I read in The Courier of Perth and Kinross Council’s proposals for the “biggest yet” switch-on of our Christmas lights, (“Perth Winter Festival shows to shine bright after budget increase”, October 4).
Sir, – At the SNP conference we continued to hear the prophesies of doom concerning Brexit negotiations and the negative impacts on Scotland that will arise from a “No Deal” Brexit.
Sir, – As a child of the 80s, how sad to see the former nightclub and cinema, Flicks in Brechin, languishing unloved and neglected since closing 20 years ago.
Sir, – Congratulations to the pupils of Coupar Angus primary for, as reported in your Saturday edition, helping to put in place a new information panel at their Butterybank Community Woodland (“Youngsters’ helping hand with info board” The Courier, September 29).
Sir, – Alan Hinnrichs writes (Letters, October 1) “Brexit is the Titanic” and, furthermore, that “independence” is our last chance to board the nationalist “lifeboat”.
Sir, – Theresa May gave one of the worst, most cringe-worthy speeches ever.
Sir, – A number of correspondents have recently voiced their opinions regarding Primary 1 assessments in Scottish schools, criticising the Scottish Government in general and John Swinney in particular.
Sir, – Dundee missed a huge opportunity to build an expansive water park and swimming centre when the V&A museum was first mooted.
Sir, – I am pleased that The Courier recently printed the statistics regarding the grossly overcrowded trains that are currently being allowed to run on our Scottish railways (“Perth train service most overcrowded in country”, September 28).