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, – I must admit it, the wind was well and truly taken out of my sails when reading the news this week.
Sir, – Some years ago in Australia, in order for the organisers to get a bit of peace and quiet no doubt, the concept of “Men’s Sheds” was brought into being.
Sir, – I have never failed to be amazed at the statements given to the public from Perth and Kinross planning department.
Sir, – Since 2016 I have listened to and read copious amounts of garbage regarding Brexit.
Sir, – With reference to Steve Scott’s interview with Colin Sinclair, head professional at Carnoustie Golf Links, in Tuesday’s Courier, a few comments are appropriate.
Sir, – The claim by many Brexiteers during the EU referendum campaign that UK membership of the EU was akin to being ‘shackled to a corpse’ has, like many other claims, proven to be simply untrue.
Sir, – Jim Crumley’s article, “Time to protect the red fox”, (The Courier, March 27), cannot go without comment. I am no fan of fox hunting and the idea it is an efficient method of pest control is laughable. Chasing an animal with a pack of hounds until exhausted, even if it is then dispatched by a gun, is far from humane.
Sir, – I have rarely seen in your columns a letter so steeped in ignorance as that from Chris Sutherland (May 4) criticising minimum pricing for alcohol.
Sir , – Yet again the grouse shooting industry has been found out with recent footage of our iconic mountain hares being systematically shot by a brigade of “guardians of the uplands” and the resultant public outrage.