Sir, - Should both secondary schools in the west of Glenrothes (February 11) be refurbished rather then merged into one unit?
Sir, - I refer to your articles about a “world-class” Perth City Hall being able to rival Dundee’s V&A once it is converted to an art gallery.
Sir, - A week past Friday at 15.35 the fog was thick and visibility poor when I came across a pack of six club cyclists riding three abreast while on the A904 trunk road to South Queensferry.
Sir, - After Theresa May’s Brexit speech, Nicola Sturgeon claimed the UK Prime Minister wants to take the UK off a hard Brexit cliff, while Fiona Hyslop the Cabinet secretary for external affairs, ensured no one is in any doubt over the SNP’s view saying that Theresa May has set out a plan for the hardest of hard Brexits.
Sir, - Yet again, Ken Clark (January 12) tries to prove that Broughty Ferry is in a different part of the universe from that in which the rest of us live.
Sir, - I write in response to your article (January 3) about schools spending millions of pounds to plug teacher shortages.
Sir - Perth and Kinross Council is economical with the truth but not much else.
Sir, - Your correspondent Ian Lakin (December 22) forgets that the Scottish Government is really only able to re-distribute money that is allocated by Westminster.
Sir, - Britain could be facing festive black-outs next winter according to a report by the British Infrastructure Group of MPs called, Electric Shock – Will the Christmas Lights Go Out Next Winter?
Sir, - Congratulations once again to The Courier for highlighting the state of mental health services in Fife and the usual placatory replies made by the Scottish Government that we have come to know so well.