Sir, - It was intriguing to see that Labour has suspended nine councillors after they agreed a coalition deal with the Conservatives on Aberdeen City Council.
Sir, - It is becoming more and more evident that our politicians are not genuinely concerned about the crucial issues surrounding our future (and increasing) need for dependable supplies of energy.
It may be hard to swallow this but haggis really is British.
Like it or not the annual John Lewis Christmas advert seems to have become a major festive event, anticipated as much as the first piece of chocolate in an advent calendar or the first signs of snow.
Campaigners have won their High Court battle over Theresa May's decision to use the royal prerogative in her Brexit strategy.
Sir, - RBS shareholders may settle out of court, but there are public- policy reasons for their case to continue.
Sir, - A few weeks ago my wife and I had the pleasure of having a baby boy in Ninewells Hospital, Dundee.
Sir, - In response to the article by Graeme Strachan (The Glorious 12th, August 7) I have some observations to make.
Sir, - I write with reference to Mr Watts’ criticism of Jim Crumley’s column and even his lifestyle.
Sir, - A recent article by a game-keeping lobbyist painted a picture that all was well on our uplands and that birds of prey were thriving, especially on the Angus hills.