Sir, - Angus Councillor Ben Lawrie has come up with an ingenious idea for Angus Council to raise funds by selling off paintings.
Sir, - Your article on Wednesday, Floodwaters drop across Houston as death toll rises from Storm Harvey, stated the death toll as being at least 22.
Sir, - Is First Minister Nicola Sturgeon trying to soften us all up in preparation (September 8) for a rise in the basic rate of income tax?
Sir, - The shadow home secretary announced to the nation that the Brexit referendum should be ignored, which explains why the opposition party are determined to block the UK leaving the EEC.
Sir, - Given that this is the time for new year resolutions, the Scottish Government could take the opportunity to bolster our failing education system and our faltering NHS.
Sir, - Reading the allegations about Perth High School in the press has caused anger and upset among staff and pupils who cannot understand the motivation behind such actions.
Sir, - I was somewhat surprised to read that housing developer John Stephen is making accusations about misleading information being peddled about the clearly unwanted further development in Scone until a further bridge is actually built.
Sir, - While driving home into Elie the other night I was confronted by a sight that could have inspired Bruce Springsteen to write his legendary Darkness On The Edge Of Town.
Sir, - When an open-air pop concert is staged on parkland it usually means that the grass is churned up by heavy vehicles carrying scaffolding, staging and equipment.
Sir, - Recently I was swimming at Wormit Bay and noticed a quiet man armed with a litter grabbing tool and a large bag that he was conscientiously filling up from the grass verges.