Madam, – J.E. Thomson (Planning for the future in Fife, Courier, June 11) suggests William Dryburgh talks to the planners if he wants to understand why the decisions coming from Scottish government reporters appear inconsistent.
Madam, – Now the majority of the candidates in the Tory leadership election have confessed to past illegal drug use, a troubling question arises: Was the ‘war on drugs’ a hoax?
Madam, – Les Mackay (Say goodbye to our NHS, Courier, June 6) is not alone in voicing concerns regarding the future of Scotland’s NHS and other institutions.
Madam, – Any free minded person must be appalled at the decision of the BBC to cancel free licences for the over-75s.
Madam, – With the recent Trump visit the usual suspects are frothing about the precious NHS in these very columns.
Madam, – It was a great pleasure to see the article featuring a photo of my Granda, Arthur Grant, with his guide dog Punch, at the Forfar training centre in the 1970s (“Picture reveals Forfar family’s connection to guide dog history”, The Courier, June 5).
Madam, – I am writing to highlight a planning anomaly in my village of Aberdour.
Madam, – I’d like to clarify the situation surrounding an article in The Courier (“Curlews face extinction”, June 4).
Madam, – MEP Anne Widdecombe has come under fire from politicians and some LGBT activists and supporters for daring to give her views on how science might explain transexuality.
Madam, – I read with interest the article on the decline of salmon in Scottish rivers and the impact on fishing tackle shops (“Fishing gear retailers hit by slump in salmon,” The Courier, May 27)