Madam, – Your correspondent Clark Cross (Drive to go green comes at a cost, Courier, January 28) rightly points out the heavy costs in subsidies to us taxpayers and the national inadequacy of electricity supply for the planned switch to electric powered cars, as internal combustion is phased out.
Dundee Stars ended their winning streak at five games last night as they went down 5-4 to Coventry Blaze in overtime but picked up three points over the weekend towards their play-off push.
Madam, – I expect my MSP to do her or his very best for every constituent in their area.
Madam, – The catastrophic handling of Brexit highlights to what extent our political process is now mired in the mud.
Two teens have appeared in court in connection with the death of a Dundee man who was killed after being struck by a car in the city centre.
A couple who claim their lives are being ruined by a toilet flushing in an Airbnb have sought an interdict preventing use of its plumbing system.
Madam, – It is ironic that Derek Farmer’s latest rant against Scots, the EU and the single market (Letters, January 23) coincided with two articles in the same issue which served to undermine his argument.
A “paedophile-hunting” group has defended its actions amid police criticism after claiming responsibility for a Perth man's arrest over alleged online offences last week.
Madam, – I am not surprised that Bill Thomson of Braco and SNP Councillor Tom Gray (Shock as government approves proposal for unpopular wind farm, Courier, January 21) are appalled by the decision of the reporter appointed by the Scottish Government’s Directorate of Planning and Environmental Appeals to overturn Perth and Kinross Planning Authority’s decision to kick out the Greenscares, aka Glenalmond wind farm application.
Madam, – I wish to respond to comments made by Councillor Michael Marra regarding Dundee City Council’s proposals for the future of the secondary school estate (Proposed merger of schools branded as “totally unacceptable”, Courier, January 21).