Madam, – A car bomb in January; rioting in the streets last Thursday, with more than 70 petrol bombs thrown, police vehicles in flames, a journalist shot dead.
Residents across Dundee are been given assurances that free 5G public wifi is going ahead and could be rolled out as soon as next year.
Madam, – It is interesting Labour campaign chief Andrew Gwynne is concerned that a handful of Conservative members should be choosing our next prime minister (Hunt ‘can cause upset’ in battle with Johnson, Courier, June 21).
Madam, – A large number of Perthshire folk are appalled the present administration intends to reduce the Kirkin’ of the Council which dates back hundreds of years, to a once-in-five-years event.
One of Dundee’s oldest tennis courts looks set to be demolished following its sale.
Organisers are hoping a design festival held in a Dundee shopping centre will help revitalise the city.
Police are appealing for help after a substantial amount of money was stolen from three parking meters in Dundee.
A drone pilot helped trace a missing black Labrador when it became lost during a walk.
A teenage Dundee sports star who suffers from cerebral palsy has been given a unique wheelchair that he controls with his head.
Madam, – I agree with Councillor Watt’s contention that action on attempting to inject new life into Kirkcaldy High Street should be Fife Council’s priority.