Sir, – Michael Alexander’s article on the Science of Climate Change (The Courier, October 29) was a refreshingly sane view of a topic that too often breeds hysteria.
A Fife rapist was jailed for six years on Tuesday.
Glamis Castle has opened its doors this week to offer special haunted Halloween tours of its historic rooms.
Sir, – I wish to comment on Alex Bell’s rather timid forecast ( “General election disaffection”, The Courier, October 24 ) of what a post-general election scenario is going to look like in the UK, although he gives little reference to Scotland.
Flights from Dundee to London City Airport could start as early as next spring.
Farm leaders have called for a UK-wide emergency support package for beef producers.
Fife sheriff says it might be wise to change insurers after firm’s speeding-ticket bid to avoid liability
A Fife sheriff said yesterday people might consider changing their insurance company – after hearing a leading UK firm was seeking to avoid liability following a three-car crash because its client had failed to declare a single speeding ticket.
A woman has been cleared of breaking bail and intimidating a trial witness by meowing at him in the street.
Sir, – What shocking figures we’re seeing for the closing of High Street shops and the casting aside of shop assistants on to the scrapheap of unemployment (“New report showing 1,300 retail jobs lost in Tayside and Fife”, The Courier, October 25).
A female jogger sustained at least eight deep puncture wounds after being attacked by a bull terrier which clamped onto her knee.