Another week, another new Audi.
Today's letters to The Courier.
The adoption of a new DNA test to authenticate the pedigree of all Aberdeen-Angus calves will put the breed in the vanguard of genomic technology, retiring Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society president, Victor Wallace, told a packed annual at Stirling.
The state pension continues to be an issue on the minds of correspondents to The Courier, while VAT, immigration and the need to remember Britain's military veterans are also discussed.
Audi’s Q2 was one of the first premium compact SUVs on the market.
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.
Chancellor George Osborne delivered his autumn statement last month, much of which confirmed what we already knew, and which was covered in our October article.
Audi’s relentless release of new models continues with the launch of its smallest SUV.
Sir, I was interested to hear Gordon Brown join in the latest of many unionist scare stories. This time it was on pensions with Mr Brown implying that independence will mean Scots pensioners will be worse off.
First there was the Q7. Then the Q5 and Q3. All have been a phenomenal success for Audi.