Sir, – Sour grapes is the only possible description of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s reaction to the prime minister’s response to her letter requesting, or was it demanding, permission to hold another referendum on the question of Scottish independence.
Farmers who have experienced machinery problems due to issues with red diesel are being encouraged to log their problems with NFU Scotland (NFUS).
We’ve always had a collie dog, mainly to help with the sheep – but like most farms the farm dog is a lot more than just an employee.
A vandal has been caught on film hurling a traffic cone through a shop window.
Sir, – After reading John Phimister’s letter (How many in Westminster are users of drugs? Courier, January 16), I thought it rather draconian in parts.
Sir, – I see York is the current favourite for a possible new home for the House of Lords – but why not Glasgow or Dundee?
A drug dealer who was given home leave was discovered with heroin shortly after returning to Castle Huntly jail on the outskirts of Dundee.
Sir, – I wonder if your readers are aware, and are as concerned as I am, to discover that rates relief is about to be removed from independent schools in Scotland?
A 43-year-old husband who caused fear and alarm by tearing down Christmas decorations has been ordered to complete 40 hours of unpaid work.
A Dundee man is facing a lengthy prison sentence after being convicted of attempting to murder his partner.