There’s an early chance to catch alt-rockers Glasvegas ahead of their upcoming Dunfermline show.
Madam, – Today I watched from my window as car after car came down the narrow St Gregory’s Lane to park on the cliffs at Kirkhill in St Andrews.
The fate of billions of pounds worth of renewables projects will be determined today as the results of the third offshore wind auction round are announced.
A Fife man reported missing after last being seen in Dundee has been found safe and well. Stewart McLaren, who is 38 and from the Dunfermline area, left a property in Clepington Road on Wednesday and had not been seen since. Police had issued an appeal but later confirmed he had been found safe.
Madam, – Clearly Boris Johnson is determined that, whatever the cost, we will be taken out of the EU on October 31 (PM cancels speech after being spooked by noisy pro-EU demonstrators, Courier, September 17).
Madam, – I note the appropriate euphoria regarding Europe’s success in the Solheim Cup, and Perth and Kinross Council’s spokesperson’s enthusiasm for more major events at Gleneagles (Solheim Cup to have lasting legacy, Courier, September 16).
Delays are expected across Perthshire this week due to roadworks.
The nomination process for new EU commissioners is going smoothly, although the appointments have to be ratified by the European Parliament.
Scottish farmers will soon wave goodbye to paper passports for cattle once a new electronic identification (EID) system, tracking cattle throughout their entire life, comes into force.
Madam, – The news that Fife Council is facing a £7.4 million overspend (The Courier, September 14) should surprise no one.