Sir, - Congratulations to your journalist Jonathan Watson for continuing to highlight the issue of seagulls blighting our towns and attacking innocent people.
Preliminary discussions about staging more concerts in Slessor Gardens next year have already been held with promoters the Liz Hobbs Group.
Sir, - The report on BBC salaries paid to entertainers is a depressing indication of the state of society and the selfishness and unfairness that occurs when people in the public service field are left to do as they please with insufficient government regulation.
Sir, - In reply to Jim Crumley’s article (July 18) on the Beauly beavers, both Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) and the Scottish Government knew about beavers in the wild in that area as far back as 2010 when they tried to remove the Beauly and Tayside beavers.
The BBC has, for the first time, published the annual salaries of its highest paid stars.
Over the last few weeks, The Courier has been asking readers to share their answer to the question: What does Europe mean to you?
The BBC has revealed its top talent pay - with DJ Chris Evans topping the list pocketing over £2 million — FIVE TIMES the earnings of the top-paid woman.
Sir, - Leslie Thomson of Secular Scotland (July 14) is correct in saying the Marriage and Civil Partnerships Act was the most comprehensive act in marriage law in Scottish history.
Did you hear the one about the Scottish Government, Scottish National Heritage and a family of beavers on a river near Beauly?
Sir, - Your article about the housing crisis in Perth and Kinross (July 11) is inaccurate.