Sir, – I read with admiration the view expressed by Dr Kristien Hintjens in The Courier on February 6 (“Patients and doctors ‘not being listened to’,”) with her concern for the future of health services in Angus.
Sir, – Regarding the Bankie Park debate.
A whale washes up dead on an Angus beach and makes big headlines. A mass stranding of whales on an Australian beach makes national television bulletins over here, 10,000 miles away.
Sir, – Boris Johnson is a deceitful individual with a history of fabrications. His resignation as Foreign Secretary is completely self-serving and hypocritical.
Sir, – Now that summer has arrived, I resent not being able to take the train for days out in Edinburgh, Dundee and elsewhere.
Sir, – In your story, GP recruitment crisis leaves several Fife practices at risk (May 12), I noted with concern the reported comment of Fife Health and Social Care Partnership that “the number of doctors prepared to operate the service was too low to ensure patient safety”.
A Fife man has shown his affection for confectionery by paying for a 22-year-old Mars Bar to be couriered 130 miles to his home.
The View frontman Kyle Falconer has announced he is expecting his second child with his fiancée.
A Dundee pub has been put forward to compete against the very best from across the UK.
A disabled youngster was taken on a pony-drawn chariot ride along Broughty Ferry beach as part of a continuing mission to open up the outdoors to wheelchair users.