Sir, - How fantastic it was to read of the Levenmouth Community Energy Partnership and Logan Energy’s hydrogen project.
Sir, – When it came to making a decision whether or not to divert from Tory austerity policies and increase the top rate of tax for those with an income above £150,000, SNP Finance Secretary Derek Mackay seems to have bottled it.
Sir, - The pictures on our TV screens and in our newspapers of what is happening in Catalonia in the run up to its independence ballot is deeply disturbing for all those who believe in democracy.
Sir, - I have been an arable farmer for 50 years and I hear rumbles from maltsters that there could be a shortage of malting barley.
Sir, – One of the bright spots in Scottish agriculture in recent years has been the success of the soft fruit industry in Tayside and Fife.
Sir, - Your correspondent Gordon Pay (August 5) is ecstatic about his electric car and says he has no problems with it, but that more charging points are needed.
Sir, - Recently I listened to a report on Radio Scotland about litter cleaning on Crammond Beach.
Sir, – I read with interest the differences of opinion over the redevelopment of the waterfront.
Sir, – Finance Secretary Derek Mackay read out Nicola Sturgeon’s budget but the hand that authorised it was manipulated by Green MSP Patrick Harvie.
Sir, - In their letters, Messrs Wardrop and Cross make a variety of assertions in their replies to me which need to be challenged.