Sir, - Why is the Queensferry Crossing (June 22) to be closed to traffic for two days in early September to allow for a mass walk over the thoroughfare?
Sir – Being a parent is one of life’s great joys. Being a mother is even more rewarding and demanding and worthy of celebration.
Sir, - Our world is constantly filled with tragedy and horror, none more so than the devastation caused by the fire at Grenfell Tower in London.
Sir, - Now that the dust has settled on the general election, lessons have been learned and the electorate has been listened to, what conclusions can be drawn?
Sir, - Leonardo da Vinci’s writings and drawings from between the latter part of the 15th and early 16th Centuries were collected and put into the 12-volume Codex Atlanticus.
Sir, - That the new Taoiseach of Ireland, Leo Varadkar, who has just taken office is the gay son of a Hindu immigrant father shows quite how much the Irish Republic has changed in recent decades. And yet I can’t help feeling strong misgivings.
Sir, - The society that former Lib Dem leader Tim Farron says is intolerant of his Christianity is in fact supremely tolerant of it.
Sir, - In reply to Councillor Fraser Macpherson (June 13) there has been no mention of who would fund the £20 million to £30 million required to buy back the car parking contract from the current operator at Ninewells Hospital.
Sir, - I was watching a summary of the general election results and there was Fiona Hyslop of the SNP claiming that the SNP had a mandate for a second independence referendum because they had “won” the election in Scotland and it was in their manifesto.
Sir, - My first vote was at the 1992 general election in north- east Fife for Menzies Campbell, now Lord Campbell of Pittenweem, despite a Conservative canvasser coming to my late parents’ house in St Monans.