Sir, – Like your correspondent Ken Guild (Men of the 51st deserve better, Letters, November 7) my husband and I watched the excellent Channel 4 programme concerning the 51st Highland Division in 1940.
Sir,– I was astonished and dismayed to read in The Courier that Dundee City Council had decided to cancel all brown bin collections from November to March.
Sir, – To say I am appalled at the loss of the Michelin plant in Dundee would be an understatement; the situation is a disaster for a city which has suffered death from a thousand cuts – Timex, NCR and on and on – over the last 20 years.
Sir, – A hundred years ago at 5am – on the morning of November 11 1918 – an armistice was signed in a railway carriage parked in a French forest near the front lines and hostilities were stopped on the entire front at precisely 11am.
Fireworks and flames lit up the night sky above Tayside and Fife as the region celebrated Guy Fawkes Night.
Sir, – Is there any solution at all to the horrendous scenes witnessed at Tynecastle Park last Wednesday?
Sir, – It was most interesting to follow the recent case involving the naming of Sir Philip Green by Lord Hain, who cited parliamentary privilege to ensure his name entered the public domain.
Sir, – Further to your report about Police Scotland and hate crime (“‘No further action’ on anti-hate complaint”, Courier, October 31), perhaps I could be permitted to respond to Chief Superintendent, John McKenzie?
TOMMY Wright fears the level of abuse being aimed at managers and players in Scotland is on the rise.
St Johnstone keeper Zander Clark insists there was never any crisis talk in the Perth dressing-room after the six-goal loss to Celtic capped a miserable four-game losing run against the top teams.