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, – 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.
Fife police are growing "very concerned" for a man reported missing from the Kirkcaldy area.
Sir, - How fantastic it was to read of the Levenmouth Community Energy Partnership and Logan Energy’s hydrogen project.
Sir, – It seems only a few short years ago, against a background of sectarian bigotry online and at football matches, that then-Celtic manager Neil Lennon was being sent bullets in the post and there were demands that “something must be done” about this kind of behaviour.
Thousands of shoppers are expected to flock to Dundee's shops tomorrow as the start of the Christmas shopping season is marked.
Sir, – The opening line in a recent Courier article stated: ‘Schools should do more to teach children about the dangers of sharing sexual content online’.
Sir, – I noticed certain basic things over the festive period concerning energy generation.
It was a case of job done for Montrose manager Stewart Petrie as his men eased their way past Stirling University and into the third round of the Scottish Cup.
The recent hooha over Irn-Bru being stockpiled by fans desperate to safeguard their favourite drink before a reduced-sugar version comes out has left me reviewing the items I could not live without.