In the run-up to the opening of V&A Dundee on September 15, The Courier will be carrying a series of articles from people closely involved with the project. Today: Peter Nurick, V&A Dundee communities producer.
Sir, – I was disappointed to read that Labour Councillor Charlie Malone plans to boycott and protest against the opening of the V&A, the most significant event for the city in decades.
Sir, – With regards to your letter “Scotland should decide its own destiny” (August 27), it may have escaped the author that we already decided our own “destiny” in 2014, after almost three years of debate and going over all the various procedures and issues many, many times.
In the run-up to the opening of V&A Dundee on September 15, The Courier will be carrying a series of articles from people closely involved with the project. Today: Mike Galloway, executive director of city development Dundee City Council.
Sir, – This week we have once again read reports suggesting temperatures are set to rise as Scotland’s long spell of warm conditions continues.
Sir, – I have been a regular summer visitor to Montrose for more than a decade and I have enjoyed exploring all of the local attractions, including the Montrose Museum and the Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre.
Sir, – It is quite refreshing to read your story in The Courier (August 28),“V&A invite is rejected in poverty protest ”, in which Lochee Labour Councillor Charlie Malone rejects an official invite to attend the opening of the V&A.
Sir, – I was disgusted and saddened by the petty act of vandalism which resulted in the banner promoting Carnoustie Golf Memories being torn down.
A man found with a taser stun gun has been jailed for a year after claiming he only had it because he wanted his friend to blast him with it.
The View frontman Kyle Falconer has announced he is expecting his second child with his fiancée.