Madam, – One of the regular ‘Scotland in Union’ letter writers, Martin Redfern (Monday, February 18) attempts to convince us of his vision of a future Scotland in union.
Schools and community groups got together in Dundee on Friday to mark the start of their involvement in Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail.
Madam, – Every night the goings on in Parliament feature on the news, and there is always a shot of the Palace of Westminster, propped up by scaffolding, and swathed in polythene: it seems to be a metaphor for the state of governance in the UK.
The launch of a public consultation concerning attacks on livestock by dogs has drawn strong support from NFU Scotland which says the issue is a blight on Scottish agriculture and is affecting more than 70% of livestock farms.
Madam, – The decision by Honda to move its manufacturing back to Japan, has been seized upon by Brexit “Remainers” as evidence of the economic damage to the United Kingdom as a consequence of leaving the EU.
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).
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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.