Sir, – I am a resident of Brechin and the town desperately needs regenerating.
Sir, – Two recent surveys of house prices (The Courier, January 1) seem to have conflicting conclusions but, as stated one, Halifax, covers Perth and the other, Aberdein Considine, covers Perthshire.
Sir, – Among all the praise for the new V&A there has, locally at least, been a lot of “yes but...”.
Sir, – As a nurse of almost 30 years. I believe that everyone deserves to have access to safe, high-quality health and social care services.
Sir, – Arriving in Dundee as a medical student in the 1960s, I soon became used to hearing stories about the inefficiency of the local council and lack of foresight in their planning.
Sir, – Alan Hinnrichs writes (Letters, October 1) “Brexit is the Titanic” and, furthermore, that “independence” is our last chance to board the nationalist “lifeboat”.
Sir, – I am writing to express my great concern about Perth and Kinross Council’s plans to increase instrumental music fees at schools by 60% over the next three years.
Sir, – The Courier has done good work recently, highlighting the Scottish food industry, and the high quality of Scottish food and produce.
Sir, – What is the UK’s justification, legal or moral, for the air strikes on Syrian bases?
Sir, – Regarding the Bankie Park debate.