Star names from the 80s will show they’ve stood the test of time at the inaugural DunDee 80s.
Madam, – I feel I must write in response to Mr Montgomery’s accusation (Glorious Twelfth has a rightful place, Courier, August 14) that the claims made by earlier contributors in relation to driven grouse shooting were disingenuous.
A Fife motorcyclist sustained “life-changing” injuries in a collision he caused by speeding.
Madam, – The Monday Matters column by deputy editor Graham Huband is most interesting and timely (Is the Kingsway for another 100 years, Courier, July 22).
A no-deal Brexit could put more than 50% of UK farms out of business, claims a new report published today.
Camperdown golf pro Roddy Brown said closing the course would show the local authority only cares about budgets, not golf.
Madam, – Everyone is entitled to express an honest opinion.
Madam, – While unbelievably, our politicians enjoy their annual summer break and the rest of us ponder an uncertain future, we Scots are facing the most difficult period in both our economic and political history.
A Scottish Government summit to address the continued decline in beef prices failed to find a solution to the sector’s woes yesterday.
A brave decision by the organisers to go ahead with Aberfeldy Show despite the horrendous conditions was well rewarded when the day, for the most part, welcomed glorious sunshine at Wade’s Park.