A Scots farmer enlisted the help of his livestock to propose to his bride-to-be.
Sir, – I read with interest former Dundee City Council development director Mike Galloway’s defence of “Site Six”, which is otherwise known as that monstrosity being built across from the V&A (“Mastermind defends controversial site six”, Courier, November 21).
Sir, – Once again, we are seeing the fiction over facts contribution by Allan MacDougall, in his blinkered support for the SNP (Courier Letters, December 2).
A man is to stand trial next year, along with a woman, charged with murdering his sister at a notorious witch’s monument in Perthshire.
Sir, – The cycle lanes in Perth are dangerous and narrow; they are not joined up and come to an abrupt end, forcing cyclists to rejoin the flow of traffic.
Sir, – We are fast becoming a nation of interferers – and often with disastrous consequences.
Madam, – For EU citizens and their families living in the UK to have to pay £65 to secure the rights they already have to stay here beggars belief.
Stars held on to claim their fifth straight win over Flyers in a dramatic Elite League encounter that saw three players ejected at Dundee Ice Arena last night.
Raith Rovers are set to unveil John McGlynn as their new manager at Stark’s Park tomorrow morning.
Sir, – I refer to recent letters in The Courier on the subject of indiscipline in the classroom, and regard the reasons suggested for bad behaviour as irrelevant to the teacher who is faced with pupils whose only aim is to disrupt.