Sir, – It is good that recycled plastic is being used in roadworks at Gardyne campus (“D&A College is paving with plastic in green road surfacing project”, The Courier, October 12).
Sir, – Whether Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn grants a Section 30 order allowing a second referendum during the first term of a Labour government – or only after it has ended, or at some other time, or not at all – it is clear his priority is bringing the country back together and dealing with Brexit.
Madam, – Whilst I do not deny that the climate of the planet is continuing to warm up and the drastic consequences it will bring to coastal towns and villages in this country, what I do deny is that any measures taken by Holyrood or Westminster will make the slightest difference to the climate of this planet.
Madam, – I’d like to clarify the situation surrounding an article in The Courier (“Curlews face extinction”, June 4).
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.
Madam, – The coronation of Boris Johnson as Tory leader is an ignominious event (It’s Prime Minister Boris, Courier, July 24).
Sir, – It is claimed that 83% of Scots favour the reintroduction of beavers to Scotland’s rural areas (“Scots back return of beavers in government consultation”, Courier, October 18).
Madam, – I am not surprised that Bill Thomson of Braco and SNP Councillor Tom Gray (Shock as government approves proposal for unpopular wind farm, Courier, January 21) are appalled by the decision of the reporter appointed by the Scottish Government’s Directorate of Planning and Environmental Appeals to overturn Perth and Kinross Planning Authority’s decision to kick out the Greenscares, aka Glenalmond wind farm application.
Madam, – I refer to Colin Ley’s article on farm subsidies (Hall says new approach to farm subsidies is priority, Courier, May 25).
Madam, – We at Fife Islamic Centre have no adequate words to describe how devastated we are by the well coordinated attacks on the mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand (Attacks shake New Zealand on darkest day, Courier, March 16.).