Sir, – The story on Fife Council scrapping the Adopt A Street plan is a terribly sad reflection on the local authority and its workforce.
Sir, – Amidst ever increasing council cutbacks it is well known that numerous drains in and around Dundee are blocked.
Madam, – I am writing to you as chairman of the William Gibson Trust regarding the proposed conversion and extension of The White House, 92 Hepburn Gardens, St Andrews, into a residential care home.
Madam, – The people who claim leaving the EU on World Trade Organisation terms would be a “disaster” are those who said the same if we didn’t join the Eurozone.
Madam, – This week marks Scottish Apprenticeship Week, a fantastic opportunity to draw attention to and recognise the important role Modern Apprentices play in businesses and other organisations in which they work.
Madam, – For the past five years, the entire political debate has been dominated by broadly constitutional issues, namely Scottish Independence and then Brexit.
Sir, – The letter by Malcolm Parkin (Cash-laden promises, Courier, November 15) highlights the problem with our banking and monetary system and the competence of political parties.
Sir, – Recently we honoured Scots troops, in particular those who fell during World War One.
Madam, – I write concerning the RSPB reserve at Kinnordy Loch, which most people will relate to horrific events of recent times.
Madam, – I am concerned by the article “All the fun of the fair as market arrives, but for how much longer?” (Monday Matters, Courier, April15).