Sir, – BBC Reporting Scotland made very little of the start of the sea trials of one of the largest aircraft carriers in the world, and which was partly built in Scotland.
Sir, - I have been an arable farmer for 50 years and I hear rumbles from maltsters that there could be a shortage of malting barley.
Sir, - I am exceptionally pleased that six people are now facing charges and will have to take responsibility and accountability in a court for what happened to 96 people in 1989.
Sir, - My chin just hits the deck when I read letters from some of your correspondents.
Sir, - Why is the Queensferry Crossing (June 22) to be closed to traffic for two days in early September to allow for a mass walk over the thoroughfare?
Sir, - The society that former Lib Dem leader Tim Farron says is intolerant of his Christianity is in fact supremely tolerant of it.
Sir, - I was a little surprised by SNP depute leader Angus Robertson’s remarks about Scotland’s food and drinks industry in The Courier (May 30).
Sir, - An issue raised within the Conservative manifesto and which is clearly a cause of some concern is the small matter of EU funding.
Sir, - The disastrous results of the Scottish Literacy and Numeracy Survey for pupils show huge falls in S2 writing between 2012 and now.
Sir, - I fear for Scotland’s future under the control of a nationalist government.