Sir, - David Robertson (letters, July 7) asserts that he and the late SNP leader Gordon Wilson warned that same-sex marriage “was being passed hastily and without due consideration, and that it would lead to the marginalisation and demonisation of those who held a Christian view of marriage”.
Sir, – I feel obliged to respond to the comments by Kirstene Hair, the new MP for Angus (Regardless of how you voted MP pledges to work for you, July 5).
Sir, – “When?” That was the response from one resident I spoke to about the proposal to demolish the Glenwood Centre flats in Glenrothes.
I was listening to the Liberal MP Vince Cable give voice to an idea that has surfaced a time or two before in this column, most recently just two weeks ago, and since then I have been wondering if it is an idea whose time has come.
My cousin Nicola has an answer to hatred and fear. It’s called cake and, like all the best things in life, it’s free.
A Montrose councillor has described body-in-the-bins killer Steven Jackson’s appeal as another blow to taxpayers.
Sir, – The warning to Fife councillors that appeals against planning decisions can be costly (The Courier, June 29) raises some interesting issues.
Social media has reacted to the news that Rangers FC broke UK tax laws by using Employee Benefit Trusts to pay players and staff.
United eased to a comfortable victory in last night’s friendly against Montrose at Links Park, a win which delighted manager Ray McKinnon.
I once met a red fox at 4,000ft on the Cairngorms plateau. We rather surprised each other.