Sir, – I noticed certain basic things over the festive period concerning energy generation.
An award-winning Tayside song writer who immortalised the 50th anniversary of the Tay Road Bridge in music last year has released an EP which pays tribute to the newly opened Queensferry Crossing over the Forth.
Sixty years since Britain became a thermonuclear ‘superpower’, could the use of such weapons ever be justified? Michael Alexander looks at both sides of the debate.
A major Fife dockyard is to lead a multi-million pound contract to supply the Sellafield power facility with specialist handling and containment systems to process nuclear material.
Sir, – I am following two contrasting stories which highlight vested interests and the democratic deficit. Let me explain. Firstly, the West End traders’ frustration at the delay in getting their “branding identity" ready for the V&A opening (“West End community group leader hits out over ‘brand’ setbacks”, The Courier, February 5).
“Major progress” is being made in determining the future of the site of the former Longannet Power Station.
An eerie video shows the inside of a long-forgotten nuclear bunker looking much like it would have done on the day it was abandoned.
Raith Rovers players hope to give a Kirkcaldy firefighter a sporting chance as he faces the battle of his life.
Sir, – I yet again smell the rank odour of hypocrisy eminating from the usual British nationalists over Alec Salmond’s independent production company doing work on RT.
An Angus councillor has unearthed a fascinating insight into men’s views on the suffragists as the nation commemorated the centenary of some women winning the right to vote.