Sir, - The story, RSPB Scotland makes appeal over missing hen harrier Calluna (September 1)contains the clear implication that the fate of this missing satellite-tagged hen harrier Calluna is connected to the management of grouse moors.
Sir, - Yet again we are about to obey a senseless and unnecessary edict from the EU mandarins, that of reducing the power of vacuum cleaners to half their normal potency, and I believe electric kettles may soon follow suit.
Sir, - I refer to two articles regarding NHS Tayside which you published on March 28.
Sir, - I write in response to your article (January 3) about schools spending millions of pounds to plug teacher shortages.
Sir, – BBC Reporting Scotland made very little of the start of the sea trials of one of the largest aircraft carriers in the world, and which was partly built in Scotland.
Sir, - I have been an arable farmer for 50 years and I hear rumbles from maltsters that there could be a shortage of malting barley.
Sir, - The Audit Scotland report on NHS Scotland and the SNP’s mismanagement was both authoritative and damning.
Sir, - I refer to your articles about a “world-class” Perth City Hall being able to rival Dundee’s V&A once it is converted to an art gallery.
Sir, - Mr Watts (August 31) does not contradict, but reinforces my point that sea eagles rarely take live lambs when he quotes SNH which states “given their presence occasionally conflicts with livestock rearing”.
Sir, - It is a step forward that BBC bosses now at least admit there is a need for a dedicated channel reflecting Scottish culture and how world events effect Scotland.