I know there have been teething problems but I think it is inevitable that video technology is here to stay in football.
The record books will show that Celtic comfortably won their William Hill Scottish cup semi-final against Rangers at Hampden on Sunday.
Sir, – What is the UK’s justification, legal or moral, for the air strikes on Syrian bases?
Sir, – Regarding Hilda Hynd’s letter (“Opportunity lost for V&A setting”, The Courier, April 12)regarding the V&A being overshadowed and blocked from view by an office block.
Dundonians winning Commonwealth Games gold medals are as rare as hens’ teeth, so Mark Stewart’s return to Dundee with one from Australia should be celebrated in style.
Sir, – Following on from your excellent articles on new technology for diabetic glucose monitoring (“Scientists develop patch to monitor blood glucose levels”, The Courier, April 10) and on discrimination facing diabetics at work (The Courier, April 10), I would like to contribute a couple of points based on 44 years of living with type 1 diabetes.
I loved my time in Houston at the Dressed to Kilt fashion event.
Who knew that death cults were on Police Scotland’s radar? Certainly not the family and friends who
went to drink and be merry on Loch Leven, only to find their Sunday night campsite the focus of emergency service searchlights and helicopter swoops.
Sir, – It is not often I agree with a senior SNP member – but I thought former health secretary Alex Neil’s acknowledgement of the lack of oversight of NHS Tayside’s budget was valid.
It is the calm before the storm for Dundee as they recharge their batteries ahead of the crunch post-split fixtures.
Sir, – The problems in NHS Tayside are well documented but the ills in the NHS generally are more deep seated, and relate to management.
Being the target of cybernat attacks is par for the course for any Unionist who dares to defend Great Britain too conspicuously.
I was back in Glen Doll at the weekend, walking with a Scots Magazine group, and found it looking like winter but feeling like spring, that typical Highland brew that materialises whenever the frontiers of these two seasons rub up against each other. But, for me, the trouble with travelling to Glen Doll is having to drive through Glen Clova without stopping. It’s a bit like having to drive through Skye simply to catch the ferry to Harris, except Glen Clova has a place in my heart of hearts claimed by no other landscape.
Sir, – By any standards the campaign to keep an out-of-hours service at Glenrothes Hospital in 2012/13 was a success for local democracy.
Scottish health secretary Shona Robison writes for The Courier following a turbulent week at NHS Tayside.
Sir, – I so enjoyed The Courier Magazine celebrating not only the centenary of the Royal Air Force but also the memories of personnel attached to RAF Leuchars (“Aces high”, March 31).
Talking to the Dumbarton manager Steve Aitken after his team lost at Tannadice in midweek, he revealed that he was heading back west to do the nightshift in his real job.
What’s left to say about Hannah Miley?
Sir, – What lessons can be learned from the situation facing St Andrews University professor Clara Ponsati (“Students take to the streets in support of Fife professor”, The Courier, April 3)?
Sir, – It was with much hilarity that I noted the gnashing of teeth by some Brexiteers when the existing manufacturer of British passports lost the tender to a Franco-Dutch supplier.