Madam, – It was with interest that I read in The Courier about the night shooting of deer (September 2).
Five Scots have been named on a list of the top 30 "most swiped" UK and Ireland accounts on one of the world's top dating apps.
Stereophonics legend Kelly Jones plays Dundee’s Caird Hall on Sunday – his only Scottish show as he winds down his latest tour.
The boss at one of the North East’s quickest growing start-up firms said he’s on track to smash his £100 million revenue target thanks to his London based investor.
Madam, – I agree entirely with Ms Gireki (Letters, The Courier, August 21) there is no reason to assume a new railway will bring many more visitors to Leven.
NFU Scotland (NFUS) has launched a survey to find out the permanent and seasonal staff needs of Scottish farm businesses.
Shoppers could soon be able to scan a QR code on a packet of oats to trace their origin and ensure they are gluten-free.
Madam, – Saturday’s letters (The Courier, August 31) made interesting reading, particularly in the context of some respondents’ understanding of democracy in general and its application in the so-called union of equal states – also known as the UK.
Madam, – Having attended Perth Academy (then a selective school) in the 1940s I disagree strongly with George McMillan (The Courier, Letters, August 20) that Scottish education has worsened in quality.
And... snap, plans for a “superschool” in the outskirts of Dundee disintegrated into nothingness this week, as if Thanos himself had willed it.