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I’ll be at St Mirren against Aberdeen today, but I’ll be keeping a keen ear out for the local teams in a period which could make or break their hopes.
Sir, – I see that A & J Stephen have employed the tired old trick by developers of submitting a controversial and highly unpopular planning application knowing that most community councils take a break at this time of the year (Company lodges plans for phase one of 700-home development, The Courier, December 14).
I got an invite to the BBC’S Sports personality of the Year but Canada is a bit far away to get back from unfortunately!
Sir, – I’m sure no Angus councillor wished to bring in parking charges, but here is the problem.
The funny thing is, IT – you know, IT – is not even the biggest story.
Sir, – As Britain prepares to potentially cut or at least very significantly reduce its ties with Europe, the campaign to increase Levenmouth’s ties with the rest of Scotland only continues to build.
The biggest measure of how far Dundee have come in recent weeks is that you wouldn’t write off any game now.
Against the backdrop of the Brexit disaster, Derek Mackay stood before MSPs to deliver his Budget.
Derek Mackay, the SNP’s finance minister, thinks if he keeps blaming Scotland’s problems on Brexit they will go away. As he prepares to deliver his budget in the Scottish parliament today, he will be hoping the chaos over Europe will serve as a distraction from his own predicament.
Sir, – Spot fines for wolf whistles? What next? (“Call for wolf whistle on-the-spot fines”, The Courier, December 7).