Sir, - The report on BBC salaries paid to entertainers is a depressing indication of the state of society and the selfishness and unfairness that occurs when people in the public service field are left to do as they please with insufficient government regulation.
Sir, - In reply to Jim Crumley’s article (July 18) on the Beauly beavers, both Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) and the Scottish Government knew about beavers in the wild in that area as far back as 2010 when they tried to remove the Beauly and Tayside beavers.
Sir, - Leslie Thomson of Secular Scotland (July 14) is correct in saying the Marriage and Civil Partnerships Act was the most comprehensive act in marriage law in Scottish history.
Sir, - Your article about the housing crisis in Perth and Kinross (July 11) is inaccurate.
Sir, - Hugh Cameron (July 8) puts his finger on the flaw running through every contribution on Scottish independence by unionist supporters at all levels.
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.
Sir, – BBC Reporting Scotland made very little of the start of the sea trials of one of the largest aircraft carriers in the world, and which was partly built in Scotland.
Sir, – The warning to Fife councillors that appeals against planning decisions can be costly (The Courier, June 29) raises some interesting issues.