Madam, – I am concerned by the article “All the fun of the fair as market arrives, but for how much longer?” (Monday Matters, Courier, April15).
Madam, – We refer to your article where Pete Wishart MP, was calling for a university for Perth (Politician backs university calls, Courier, April 8).
Union bosses feel most of the 88 Tesco jobs at threat in Dundee will be saved after a first round of talks with the supermarket giant.
Madam, – It was a great pleasure to see the article featuring a photo of my Granda, Arthur Grant, with his guide dog Punch, at the Forfar training centre in the 1970s (“Picture reveals Forfar family’s connection to guide dog history”, The Courier, June 5).
Madam, – Perth Bridge is undoubtedly in need of attention (Perth Bridge to close again as authority installs bollards, Courier, June 26).
Visitors to Dundee can learn the story of the city's history through an audio guide launched at the McManus museum.
Madam, – It has been striking to note key sections of the media and opposition politicians heralding the fact that somehow those paying higher taxes through the Scottish Budget will be packing up their estate cars and heading south.
Travellers had a lucky escape after the landing gear of their plane failed to deploy as they approached Dundee Airport.
Madam, – In reference to your article “Let jobless pick fruit, say worried farmers” (Courier, April 29).
Pumpkins, red deer, tattie vodka and New Zealand dairy cows will be up for discussion at an event for new or aspiring farmers later this month.