More than 1,000 affordable homes could be built in Dundee between now and 2021, according to a new report.
Sir – Your editorial (November 13) says “it is hard to find fault with” the Scottish Tories’ demand for stiffer penalties for littering.
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Sir, – I have been employed at Michelin Dundee for 34 years.
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Sir, – The claim by Robertson Property that St Andrews is going to benefit to the tune of £23 million from their proposed development at Abbey Park, as well as gaining a landscaped park for the use of local residents, is wholly bogus.
Sir, – Michelin bosses’ decision to close the Dundee factory is a disgrace, demonstrating nothing but contempt for the workforce despite a recurring operating profit running into billions.