Madam, – We refer to your article where Pete Wishart MP, was calling for a university for Perth (Politician backs university calls, Courier, April 8).
A thief who smashed his way into a department store and stole more than £4,000 worth of perfume and cosmetics was caught after dropping his hammer at the scene.
Madam, – For the past five years, the entire political debate has been dominated by broadly constitutional issues, namely Scottish Independence and then Brexit.
Madam, – I wonder if the Conservative, Labour, DUP and SNP politicians who have deliberately delayed Brexit realise the seriousness of what they have done?
Tayside and Fife entrepreneurs are likely to miss out financially if they focus solely on digital media as a means of attracting new customers, according to one local marketing expert.
Madam, – With a further six-month extension to Brexit and the can being kicked even further down the road, it was intriguing to note that the result of a nationwide referendum in Switzerland had been overturned.
Tourism chiefs are rallying to save a neglected but beloved coastal path.
Madam, – Neil Barbour (April 11) opines that inequalities still exist in religious groups and their schools; with their exemptions from equality legislation being from the secularist point of view, unacceptable.
Madam, – If MSPs and MPs are meant to represent the people who voted for them, why are some of our elected representatives still arguing against assisted dying when several polls have shown that the vast majority of people are in favour?
An Alyth man threatened to send intimate photographs of a woman to members of her family.