Madam, – This week marks Scottish Apprenticeship Week, a fantastic opportunity to draw attention to and recognise the important role Modern Apprentices play in businesses and other organisations in which they work.
Scotland’s farmers have been promised post-Brexit support that is far more responsive to their needs than the ‘not fit for purpose’ Common Agricultural Policy under which the industry currently operates.
Farming and meat trade leaders have united in condemning a hugely damaging U-turn by the UK Government concerning a previously agreed improvement to sheep ageing rules as they apply to TSE regulations.
Madam, – The “Melville pong” is the perfect illustration of one of life’s little ironies (Melville pong prompts promise of immediate work to banish odour, Courier, March 5).
Police are investigating after two young girls were asked to get into a stranger's car in an Angus village.
Morgan Academy is set to gain an LGBT Charter Mark in recognition of its work in the area of LGBT issues.
Madam, – I have fished the River Eden in Fife for 60 years.
Rovop boss Steven Gray will join the line-up of speakers at the prestigious Entrepreneurial Scotland annual summit at Gleneagles on April 25.
Scottish egg producer Farmlay Eggs enjoyed a boost in turnover and profits last year.
Madam, – Who determines which town centres will actually benefit from the Town Centre Fund (£8 million cash injection to revitalise high street, Courier, March 2).