Sir, – Our Angus councillors are to be congratulated for rejecting the ill-founded and deeply unpopular decision by officials to close Stracathro School.
Sir, – Somehow I do not think there would be much – or indeed any – support for Rev Dr Cameron’s suggestion (Letters, July 3) of charging for doctor’s appointments.
Sir, – Ms Kirstene Hair, Angus MP, is championing the cause for salary equality across the country for military personnel.
Sir, – I have lived in Dundee for 50 years and I am very proud of the city, particularly the progress made over the last couple of decades in transforming the city from the dark and dreich place it used to be, into the progressive modern city it is now.
Sir, – Your recent reports regarding the future of the proposed PH20 leisure project in Perth does not tell the whole story.
Sir, – I was extremely angry when I read your story about Dundee City Council’s decision to refuse permission for 150 new homes at Broughty Ferry, in which the managing director of Kirkwood Homes referred to a “vocal minority who oppose any form of development or investment”.
Sir, – It was with a heavy heart I read the comments from Broughty Ferry Councillor Philip Scott, covered by Stefan Morkis (“Councillor blasted for benefit reform stance”, The Courier, June 5).
Sir, – On a recent car journey from Perth to Oban, Robert Scott (Letters, June 20) was intrigued by the number of place names on road signs indicating a Gaelic equivalent.
Sir, – As The Open gets under way in Carnoustie, it seems to have passed almost unnoticed that live golf has fallen off the agenda for broadcast on free-to-air television.
Sir, – The story on Fife Council scrapping the Adopt A Street plan is a terribly sad reflection on the local authority and its workforce.