Sir, – Lately I have read a lot of articles extolling the city of Dundee prior to the excitement surrounding the opening of the V&A.
Sir, – On Tuesday August 7, young people in Angus – in keeping with those all over the country – received their examination results.
Sir, – Allan Sutherland is a long-time contributor to your letters column and his unionism is well known.
Sir, – It must be gratifying for St Andrews Rail Link campaigners that Scotland’s new Transport Secretary sees fit to fund an independent appraisal for the construction of a new rail link into St Andrews despite the existence of the nearby Leuchars main line rail station supported by a regular 10-minute bus journey between the station and the town.
It is no secret that Dundee are on the look-out for striking reinforcements – but front man Jean Mendy believes the solution to the lack of goals already exists at Dens.
Sir, – This week in London there was another terror attack using a vehicle.
Sir, – I was amazed at the headlines asking for volunteers to grit the pavements (“Volunteers needed to grit Angus pavements”, Courier, August 11).
A man accused of harassing a teenage girl in Perth was found not guilty after a trial.
Two soap stars have shown their support for a Dundee tourism campaign.
Sir, – News of the Scottish Government’s rail development fund awards announced in St Andrews on Thursday strikes me as a classic case of the authorities pretending to do something with little intention of following through.