Sir, – Dundee missed a huge opportunity to build an expansive water park and swimming centre when the V&A museum was first mooted.
Sir, – I am pleased that The Courier recently printed the statistics regarding the grossly overcrowded trains that are currently being allowed to run on our Scottish railways (“Perth train service most overcrowded in country”, September 28).
Sir, – At last the long awaited and much anticipated V&A is up and running, hopefully to become the success intended.
Sir, – Having had sufficient time to digest Jamie Buchan’s mean-spirited letter (Courier, September 27) regarding the recent Dundee Pride march, I had to question why Mr Buchan felt the need to correspond via The Courier at all if, as he says, his letter was not motivated by “homophobia” at any level?
Sir, – In response to the recent Courier letter concerning what Anstruther Community Council does (“Let us know what you do”, September 22) I would say it has done quite a lot in the past three years.
Sir – Whilst walking through Dundee city centre last Saturday night, I happened upon crowds bedecked in rainbow flags and all sorts of colourful fancy dress.
Sir, – As a loyal SNP stalwart, Fay Sinclair no doubt wins brownie points from John Swinney for her support for standardised Primary 1 tests (“Tests opposition dismissed as ‘grandstanding’ by councillor”, Courier, September 24) but unfortunately for Fife’s education and children’s services convenor, that support is blind.
Sir, – As a Dundonian, I am extremely enthusiastic about the potential of the new V&A.
Sir, – If anyone thinks we will leave the EU they are deluded.
Sir, – The ongoing closure of the out-of-hours service is causing increasing concern and has implications for all St Andrews, greater North East Fife and East Neuk residents, visitors and workers who come into the area, especially on night shifts.