A Dundee-born hospital consultant, who specialised in women's health care and wrote ballads in her free time, has died.
Madam, – Drugs deaths in Scotland are appallingly common. Being an echo chamber of “progressive” liberalism, the SNP cannot muster anything in response beyond decriminalisation, “safe” injection facilities, tackling dealers and support for addicts.
Sir, – I wish to thank Mr Rennie MSP for the support he has given those of us who feel unfairly targeted by Fife Leisure Trust in their plans to reduce opening hours of the Cupar Sports Centre.
A charity fundraiser is set to be saddle sore as he seeks to cycle around the UK for 50 days in his sister's memory.
Madam, – I wish to address the issues raised by Jenny Hujl in her column of March 20, (Alex Neil and Jim Silars have exploded myth of SNP unity on Brexit, Courier.)
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.
Sir, – I watched Willie Rennie at FMQs complaining that the health and welfare of Scottish police officers is not receiving enough support.
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).
And... snap, plans for a “superschool” in the outskirts of Dundee disintegrated into nothingness this week, as if Thanos himself had willed it.
Beef producers are being told to prepare for the introduction of mandatory electronic identification (EID) tags for new-born calves from summer 2021.