Sir, - Since 2014 the SNP has behaved like the winners of a constitutional supermarket trolley dash, raiding shelves stacked with political powers even though they actually lost the competition.
Sir, - I have always respected John Swinney as a level-headed politician but his recent remarks make me question my opinion.
Sir, - Following your correspondent Jenny Hjul’s excellent article on Police Scotland, I write to (hopefully) lay to rest the myth regarding duplication of work under the system that prevailed prior to the creation of Police Scotland.
Sir, - I refer to the letter from George Murdoch (September 13) that attempts to take me to task for expressing a view in support of fieldsports in Scotland.
Sir, - In an edition of The Courier dated September 11 you printed a letter from Harry Key in which there was a very unfavourable comparison between the maintenance of roads in Fife with those in Orkney.
Sir, - It is becoming more and more evident that our politicians are not genuinely concerned about the crucial issues surrounding our future (and increasing) need for dependable supplies of energy.
Sir, - Is First Minister Nicola Sturgeon trying to soften us all up in preparation (September 8) for a rise in the basic rate of income tax?
Sir, - Yet again we are about to obey a senseless and unnecessary edict from the EU mandarins, that of reducing the power of vacuum cleaners to half their normal potency, and I believe electric kettles may soon follow suit.
Sir, - The fire on Monday evening at a prominent Lochee church building is a devastating end to the history of a building which began life in 1830 as Lochee Chapel of Ease.
Sir, - I refer to Dundee City Council’s plan for the relocation of Invergowrie station with provision of a park and ride at Dundee West (Riverside).