Madam, – Contrary to Gordon Pay’s recent offering (Real risk to pedestrians on Scottish roads, January 21), the long-term trend in road traffic accidents (RTAs) involving pedestrians in Scotland is downwards – something that has been confirmed by numerous studies.
Abertay University in Dundee is celebrating after its video games degrees were ranked as the best in Europe for the fifth year running.
World class musicians have worked with visually impaired people in Tayside to take them on musical journey.
Sir, – I was concerned to read comments by former council leader and current independent councillor Ken Myles regarding parking charges in Angus (“Parking campaigners call for councillor to quit over charges row”, Courier, December 15).
Sir, – I am astonished that a councillor should favour third parties being given a right to appeal against approvals of planning applications (“Council plans to write to Holyrood to change planning regulations”, Courier, December 14).
A weight loss company has gone into liquidation and has announced it will not be refunding members.
Madam, – Over the last decade or so support for the SNP and its absolute belief in Scottish independence has revolved around one dominant personality.
Fergus Ewing demands compensation for Scottish farmers and crofters if no-deal Brexit becomes reality
Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing has called on the UK Government to give Scottish farmers and crofters compensation in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
A desperate pensioner has barricaded himself into his Dundee allotment shed in a desperate bid to fend off an eviction order.
A man who suffered potentially life-changing injuries may have caused them himself in an attack on another person.