Sir, – Following The Courier story (“Dundee has highest stillbirth rates in Scotland”, November 30), I want to reassure readers that the safety of mothers and their babies is of paramount importance to everyone working in the NHS.
Sir, - Nicola Sturgeon just can’t help herself.
Sir, - I write with reference to Mr Watts’ criticism of Jim Crumley’s column and even his lifestyle.
Sir, - The current health scare over imported eggs simply highlights the differences between EU and UK animal welfare standards.
Sir, - I write with reference to the letter from Martin Redfern (October 31) concerning Sir Brian Souter’s donations to the SNP and his campaign to keep section 2a in law.
Sir, - It was interesting to read your article (September 6) regarding the result of the Angus Council investigation into the controversial “carpetgate” at Montrose Academy last May.
Sir, – I found the Courier report (November 10) of the abominable treatment of Mr Bashir Hussain to be quite alarming.
Sir, - I was surprised that your report (October 21) concerning the transfer of lyme disease from wildlife to people via ticks made no mention of the most likely candidate, the humble pheasant.
Sir, - I refer to two articles regarding NHS Tayside which you published on March 28.
Sir, - You reported the dispute around no cycling signs erected upon the Lade Braes, St Andrews.