As I sat down in front of the computer wondering how to start this week’s piece a blue tit solved the problem. I presume it was part of a courtship display but I can’t say for certain because I haven’t seen such behaviour from a blue tit before.
Sir, - Several correspondents from different parts of the east of Scotland have highlighted the volume of litter dumped at roadsides.
Sir, - I fervently hope that the forthcoming general election will give the UK Government the mandate to deliver a Brexit solution that delivers a prosperous and safe future for the UK.
Sir, - The letter from Laurie Richards (April 17) had me incensed.
A van driver who killed a Fife motorist in a fireball crash has walked free from court.
Sir, - I would like to say what an asset Prince Harry is to the royal family and to the people of this country for the brave and candid way he has spoken about his own mental health issues after the death of his mother.
Skylark, have you anything to say to me?
Sir, - Those of us who were encouraged to buy diesel cars a few years ago by our Government, the EU, Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace, will be dismayed by the current ditch-the-diesel campaign demonising diesel owners as polluters and the source of unnecessary deaths and illnesses.
Brechin went down to their heaviest defeat of the season, losing 6-1 at Alloa, who clinched the runners-up spot in the League One table.
The Fifers dropped three points out of the promotion play-off zone with Saturday’s defeat – but boss Barry Smith said there’s still time to rescue their place.