Madam, – I write in response to your article “Club refusal would be missed opportunity” (Courier, January 14).
Sir, – Somehow I do not think there would be much – or indeed any – support for Rev Dr Cameron’s suggestion (Letters, July 3) of charging for doctor’s appointments.
Sir, – I have always been rather sceptical about the design of the V&A right from its inception.
Sir, – This week in London there was another terror attack using a vehicle.
Sir, – Recently we honoured Scots troops, in particular those who fell during World War One.
Sir, – Like your correspondent Ken Guild (Men of the 51st deserve better, Letters, November 7) my husband and I watched the excellent Channel 4 programme concerning the 51st Highland Division in 1940.
Sir, – Some years ago in Australia, in order for the organisers to get a bit of peace and quiet no doubt, the concept of “Men’s Sheds” was brought into being.
In the run-up to the opening of V&A Dundee on September 15, The Courier will be carrying a series of articles from people closely involved with the project. Today: John Alexander, leader of Dundee City Council.
Sir, – When your house phone rings you probably, like me, think it could be something important and rush to answer it.
Sir, – News of the Scottish Government’s rail development fund awards announced in St Andrews on Thursday strikes me as a classic case of the authorities pretending to do something with little intention of following through.