Today's letters to The Courier.
Sir, - In reply to Jim Crumley’s criticism of hillside roads and tracks (February 2) at the estate I work at in Glen Esk, nearly all the roads have been there for 120-plus years.
Sir, In your edition of January 14 you printed Ms Ashley Husband Powten’s argument in support of her petition for the removal of charitable status for private schools.
Sir, – Our Angus councillors are to be congratulated for rejecting the ill-founded and deeply unpopular decision by officials to close Stracathro School.
BT has announced plans to remove 66 public phone boxes from the streets and rural roads of Angus.
First there was the Q7. Then the Q5 and Q3. All have been a phenomenal success for Audi.
Montrose Rotary Club’s Citizen of the Year is Joe Wishart.
Sir, - It appears that the Scottish Government are to push ahead with the licensing of airguns and that 76% of Courier readers who took part in your poll last week are in favour of this.
Parents at a school facing merger are worried the city council is putting “financial and political goals” ahead of their children’s education.
A PROMINENT campaigner in the fight to safeguard the landscape setting of St Andrews has warned the town’s southern hillside is under “serious threat” despite the land recently being designated as green belt.