Sir, – Was Nicola Sturgeon’s cabinet reshuffle a botched job or an injection of new energy into her government?
Sir, – Last week Lesley Laird, Scottish Labour deputy leader, condemned Nicola Sturgeon for forgetting the cost of establishing an independent Scotland.
Sir, – I fear that those really responsible for this half baked parking charge idea in Angus will never be held to account.
Sir, – It must be gratifying for St Andrews Rail Link campaigners that Scotland’s new Transport Secretary sees fit to fund an independent appraisal for the construction of a new rail link into St Andrews despite the existence of the nearby Leuchars main line rail station supported by a regular 10-minute bus journey between the station and the town.
Sir,–I am glad to see that Fife Council has binned its public litter-pickers plan (Courier, September 6).
Sir, – Having read recent letters about the complete shutdown due to snowfall, I would like to make a few observations. I am 85 years old and have lived 70% of my life in the village of Balmullo.
Sir, – With the UK government unravelling at an astonishing rate over the unmitigated disaster of Brexit I would like to point out a few cogent facts before the debate is lost in a fog of confusion.
Sir, – I refer to the letters which appeared in Monday’s Courier concerning the proposed development for a care home at Bankie Park in Anstruther.
Sir, – The publication of the latest GERS figures has triggered a now traditional feeding frenzy, with a black hole in Scotland’s finances heralded by Unionist politicians as validating the continuation of their beloved Union.
Sir, – As a child of the 80s, how sad to see the former nightclub and cinema, Flicks in Brechin, languishing unloved and neglected since closing 20 years ago.