It’s an overcast Glasgow Tuesday, and I’m pointing a microphone at the redoubtable Father Willy Slavin – voted one of Scotland’s “Top 10 Tims” – as he drives us both to Falkland in Fife.
A bridge offering a shortcut to one of Highland Perthshire’s most popular forest walks has been shut amid concerns about its structure.
A Perthshire inn, believed to be one of the oldest in Scotland and with links to the Jacobite Rebellion of 1715, is threatened with closure.
Madam, – I find myself in partial agreement with those SNP politicians who argue that independence negotiations could be triggered without a referendum (“Referendum Plan B chilling”, Jenny Hjul, The Courier, July 10).
A sporting tribute has been paid to Kelty boxer Connor Law following his death last month.
The pig industry has appealed for border surveillance to be stepped up after DNA fragments of African Swine Fever (ASF) were found in illegally imported meat in passenger luggage at a Northern Ireland airport.
Madam, – What are we to make of the Citizens’ Assembly, announced by Ms Sturgeon at the same time as she announced yet another drive for a separation referendum?
New material’s likely to be thin on the ground when Garbage play Dunfermline on Wednesday.
A six-year battle to win back the full £160 million of European “convergence” top-up funds owed to Scottish farmers has finally been won – but only if Boris Johnson is elected prime minister.
Madam, – Regards the article on the lack of sales in the High Street shops (Business hit by ‘double whammy’, Courier, July 10) it surely was obvious that this was going to happen and continue to worsen.