Madam, – Again there is a to do about climate change and air travel tax etc, with protesters blocking roads and obstructing city centres, demanding and screaming.
Madam, – My wife recently had an X-ray in Perth Royal Infirmary and asked for a report from her GP.
Madam, – If Sepa really believe that publishing one isolated data point is in any way indicative of the true behaviour of the Mossmorran flare plume, then they are sadly misguided (Mossmorran air data gathered by Sepa branded laughable, Courier, May 3).
Madam, – I read all about the Steven Donaldson murder trial throughout its duration (Killers, Courier, May 4).
Madam, – I am not surprised that Fife’s police officers spend a great deal of time supporting people with mental health emergencies (Mental health crisis tying up police time, Courier, May 6).
Madam, – I am both saddened and very disappointed to read so much bad press levelled at oncology at The Princess Alexandra Centre, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee.
Madam, – In reference to your article “Let jobless pick fruit, say worried farmers” (Courier, April 29).
Madam, – The recent decision to force all female athletes to comply with a limit on their testosterone levels and the tactic to artificially control the levels, is the wrong way of solving the problem of unfairness (No let up in the battle over eligibility: Semenya, Courier, May 2).
Madam, – “20 years ago, I think the Scottish Parliament was ahead of Westminster...now I think Westminster at the very least has caught up”.
Madam, – SNP conferences seem to exist in a bubble of unreality where the party faithful are fed on a diet of wishful thinking and unconditional expectations that border on misty-eyed delusion but are swallowed as fact.