Sir, – Spot fines for wolf whistles? What next? (“Call for wolf whistle on-the-spot fines”, The Courier, December 7).
Sir, – In the festive season people from all sorts of backgrounds come together in situations with which most of us feel comfortable. Sometimes – through a blend of personal and professional rivalry, sexual tension, party frivolity and too much alcohol – things are said and done that can cause offence.
Sir, – I fear that those really responsible for this half baked parking charge idea in Angus will never be held to account.
Sir, – I find myself incredulous that so many otherwise intelligent people can fall for the claim that human beings can change the climate of the world.
Sir, – Rail travel has been much in the news again this week thanks to a combination of adverse issues.
Sir, – Once again, we are seeing the fiction over facts contribution by Allan MacDougall, in his blinkered support for the SNP (Courier Letters, December 2).
Sir, – Correspondent Gina Logan is right to flag up the serious problem of local opinion being ridden over roughshod (Courier Letters, December 1), but she should identify the real culprit.
Sir, – I read with disappointment the confirmation that Michelin is no longer to manufacture tyres in Dundee.
Sir, – While the potential of Brexit might be holding most readers’ attention at the moment, for the shopkeepers of Angus High Streets disaster has already struck.
Sir, Only a few months ago your newspaper stressed the importance of people coming forward to take on the role of a community councillor – emphasising the part that the community councils play in deciding local issues.