Sir, – It was with mixed feelings that I read of legally set traps being vandalised and the Scottish Gamekeepers Association’s concern.
Sir, - Your correspondent Gordon Pay (August 5) is ecstatic about his electric car and says he has no problems with it, but that more charging points are needed.
Sir, - How fantastic it was to read of the Levenmouth Community Energy Partnership and Logan Energy’s hydrogen project.
Billy Brown admits Cowden’s lack of goal threat is killing them after they suffered their fourth 1-0 defeat in eight games.
Sir, - Following your correspondent Jenny Hjul’s excellent article on Police Scotland, I write to (hopefully) lay to rest the myth regarding duplication of work under the system that prevailed prior to the creation of Police Scotland.
Sir, - I read with interest and much pleasure your article about the number of visitors attracted to Angus in 2016.
Sir,– As the SNP meets to celebrate its “successes” and plan its future, it is worth considering some of the problems that face Scotland and are not being intelligently addressed by its government.
Sir, - After reading the article (November 29) on the further expansion of the beaver population in Scotland, I would like to bring to the public’s attention the pitfalls of such an enterprise.
Sir, - It was intriguing to note Ruth Davidson claim that a recent YouGov poll indicating the Tories are on 28% in Scotland was a sign that Prime Minister Theresa May was apparently “more in touch with the people of Scotland than Nicola Sturgeon”.
The Scottish Government could become involved in the legal challenge resulting from the Brexit vote, the First Minister revealed as she described the High Court's verdict that MPs must consent to the triggering of Article 50 as "hugely significant".