Sir, - The closure of Longannet power station in 2016 raises a key question.
Mid Scotland and Fife MSP Murdo Fraser is to call on the Scottish Government to support the construction of a new gas-fired power station at Longannet.
The future of an award-winning Perthshire research unit which helps ensure the future of salmon stocks on the River Tay is hanging in the balance.
Audi threw everything it had at the Goodwood Festival of Speed last weekend, with no fewer than nine upcoming models making their UK debuts.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown will hold crunch talks next week with the Ministry of Defence in an 11th-hour bid to halt Dalgety Bay beach being turned into the first tract of radiation-contaminated land in the UK.
Scotland has one of the most competitive and diverse arrays of electricity production in the world.
We begin the week with the theme of energy. There is a defence of the biomass plant planned for Dundee, while other correspondents write on the Perth incinerator controversy and nuclear power, and road safety is also in the spotlight.
US President Donald Trump has landed in Singapore, joining North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in the island city-state ahead of a meeting meant to settle a standoff over Pyongyang’s nuclear arsenal.
An award-winning Tayside song writer who immortalised the 50th anniversary of the Tay Road Bridge in music last year has released an EP which pays tribute to the newly opened Queensferry Crossing over the Forth.
Sir, Graham Huband, in his otherwise fair article, “Simple truth behind huge increase in cost of V&A” in The Courier on January 21, said that the V&A team had his sympathy as “they didn’t choose the building they are tasked with constructing the public did”.