Sir, – Ms Kirstene Hair, Angus MP, is championing the cause for salary equality across the country for military personnel.
Sir, – The story on Fife Council scrapping the Adopt A Street plan is a terribly sad reflection on the local authority and its workforce.
Sir, – Your report on cycling provision in Perth and Kinross on September 11 quotes Liberal Democrat councillor Lewis Simpson saying that, “Perth has some wonderful cycle paths.”
Sir, – When your house phone rings you probably, like me, think it could be something important and rush to answer it.
Sir, – I have to wonder why the fence at the controversial office block being built close to the V&A could not have been built totally from inside the site.
Sir, – Your recent reports regarding the future of the proposed PH20 leisure project in Perth does not tell the whole story.
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, – 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, – Derek Farmer is right to identify size as a factor in the collapse of facilities management and construction company Carillion, as well as the Royal Bank of Scotland et al, but there’s a further factor to these failures: lack of competition. This situation is aided and abetted by governments of every colour.
Sir, – Why do people use the Halbeath and Ferrytoll park and ride facilities (Courier, February 26)?