Madam, – Whilst walking around the nature trail of Camperdown with my dog, I was disappointed at the amount of detritus left behind, not just by dog walkers but others.
Madam, – I read with interest the article on the decline of salmon in Scottish rivers and the impact on fishing tackle shops (“Fishing gear retailers hit by slump in salmon,” The Courier, May 27)
Madam, – It was a great pleasure to see the article featuring a photo of my Granda, Arthur Grant, with his guide dog Punch, at the Forfar training centre in the 1970s (“Picture reveals Forfar family’s connection to guide dog history”, The Courier, June 5).
Visitors to Dundee can learn the story of the city's history through an audio guide launched at the McManus museum.
Madam, – I was shocked and saddened to read the article about the fox hunt in Fife (Online footage of hunt sparks call for laws to be tightened up, Courier, March 12).
Madam, – Like many people I have followed the current debate on Brexit in the media regarding the arguments around the consequences of a deal or no deal and the outcome of further negotiations.
Madam, – In reference to your article “Let jobless pick fruit, say worried farmers” (Courier, April 29).
Soft rock legends Dr Hook have cancelled a gig planned for Dundee later this year after the group's lead singer fell ill.
Madam, – I have been following Prime Minister Theresa May’s chaotic attempt at trying to broker a deal to leave the EU which is acceptable to Parliament.
Madam, – I write regarding the article “Members of the Kirk feel like failures”, (Courier, April 1.)