Sir, - In an edition of The Courier dated September 11 you printed a letter from Harry Key in which there was a very unfavourable comparison between the maintenance of roads in Fife with those in Orkney.
Sir, - It is becoming more and more evident that our politicians are not genuinely concerned about the crucial issues surrounding our future (and increasing) need for dependable supplies of energy.
Sir, - Is First Minister Nicola Sturgeon trying to soften us all up in preparation (September 8) for a rise in the basic rate of income tax?
Sir, - The fire on Monday evening at a prominent Lochee church building is a devastating end to the history of a building which began life in 1830 as Lochee Chapel of Ease.
Sir, - Your article on Wednesday, Floodwaters drop across Houston as death toll rises from Storm Harvey, stated the death toll as being at least 22.
Sir, - I write with reference to Mr Watts’ criticism of Jim Crumley’s column and even his lifestyle.
Sir, - I, like so many men over age of 70, have prostate problems and have the need of a toilet at frequent intervals.
Sir, - Every time clear evidence appears, such as the annual GERS report, of the deficit Gordian Knot that an independent Scotland would face, rather than face the reality of massive cuts and tax rises, SNP ministers, spin doctors and apologists trot out the old canards of “we wouldn’t have the cost of Trident or the new aircraft carriers and we could grow the economy to close the deficit gap”.
Sir, - The right-wing remoaners in the Labour Party and Trade Union Congress leaderships are top-rate remainiacs who, in one fell swoop, have shattered the hopes of millions of working people crying out for a Jeremy Corbyn government.
Sir, - What action can be taken to promote the history of the Glenrothes area (August 22) as the town approaches its 70th anniversary?