Coming up in Monday’s Courier

February 24 2013, 6.00pmUpdated: April 16 2016, 12.19pm

We have all the latest on the growing row over the state of the Forth Road Bridge. Recent reports have suggested its condition is not deteriorating as fast as previously thought rather begging the question do we really need a new crossing? One senior local figure in Fife has his say.

The heated debate over a controversial survey which asked school children for their opinions on everything from drug use to sex has taken a new twist full story in Monday’s Courier.

A pair of Angus pensioners minding their own business in their home on Saturday night got a terrible shock thanks to the antics of a mindless thug. They tell their terrifying story.

The demise of the Byre Theatre in Fife has been well documented. We have details of the facility’s struggle to meet tax bills going back almost a decade.

Also making the headlines is the Fife care home slammed for using a wheelchair to restrain an elderly resident.

The meat contamination scandal is gathering pace like a runaway horse we have all the latest developments.

Plans are afoot to recognise a pioneering Perthshire octogenarian find out why in Monday’s Courier.

In sport we have full match reports from a busy weekend of SPL action, including John Brown’s baptism of fire with Dundee. There are also full reports on Scotland’s Murrayfield triumph over Ireland.

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