Madam, – After reading the story “Cycle helmet plea after youngster’s bike injuries” on February 15, I feel as a cycle trainer that it is important to comment on this widely misunderstood facet of cycling safety.
Madam, – Two Scottish Green Party representatives recently advocated gender-neutral toilets for schools (Letters, The Courier, February 16).
READERS LETTERS: Scottish Enterprise CEO on McGill – ‘Large taxpayer-funded loan was simply not going to solve financial issues’
Madam, – It goes without saying that you and your readers will be well aware that these are extremely challenging and uncertain economic times.
Breeders from the north led the charge in the Simmental show ring at the Stirling Bull Sales.
Madam, – We are writing in response to a story which we were disappointed to see in The Courier “Women’s Campaign group calls for ‘Urgent’ investigation into gender neutral toilets in Tayside schools”, February 12.
Madam, – I note your letters page has continued on the theme of “let’s bash the Scottish Greens for being influential”, this time around the prospect of workplace parking levies.
A new blackberry breeding programme at the James Hutton Institute has enjoyed a hugely encouraging first year, according to fruit breeder Nikki Jennings.
Madam, – From day one of a no-deal Brexit all the rules that underpin life in the UK will cease to exist.
Fergus Ewing demands compensation for Scottish farmers and crofters if no-deal Brexit becomes reality
Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing has called on the UK Government to give Scottish farmers and crofters compensation in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Potato sector officials say they’re working together to make sure key seed potato buyers in countries such as Egypt, Morocco and Israel, get the right post-Brexit messages concerning product standards and quality.