Sir, – I see that A & J Stephen have employed the tired old trick by developers of submitting a controversial and highly unpopular planning application knowing that most community councils take a break at this time of the year (Company lodges plans for phase one of 700-home development, The Courier, December 14).
Sir, – I’m sure no Angus councillor wished to bring in parking charges, but here is the problem.
Sir, – As Britain prepares to potentially cut or at least very significantly reduce its ties with Europe, the campaign to increase Levenmouth’s ties with the rest of Scotland only continues to build.
Sir, – Spot fines for wolf whistles? What next? (“Call for wolf whistle on-the-spot fines”, The Courier, December 7).
Sir, – I fear that those really responsible for this half baked parking charge idea in Angus will never be held to account.
Sir, – I find myself incredulous that so many otherwise intelligent people can fall for the claim that human beings can change the climate of the world.
Sir, – Rail travel has been much in the news again this week thanks to a combination of adverse issues.
Sir, – Once again, we are seeing the fiction over facts contribution by Allan MacDougall, in his blinkered support for the SNP (Courier Letters, December 2).
Sir, – Correspondent Gina Logan is right to flag up the serious problem of local opinion being ridden over roughshod (Courier Letters, December 1), but she should identify the real culprit.
Sir, – I read with disappointment the confirmation that Michelin is no longer to manufacture tyres in Dundee.