Sir, – It breaks my heart to write this but I feel I need to.
Sir, – I was amazed at the headlines asking for volunteers to grit the pavements (“Volunteers needed to grit Angus pavements”, Courier, August 11).
Sir, – Boris Johnson is no stranger to controversy and his words on the wearing of the burka, or more accurately the niqab, in this country will certainly have been chosen carefully.
Sir, – The debate over burkas and niqabs started by Boris Johnson’s recent comments is entirely missing the point.
Petition launched to save Brechin Cathedral after “merger” talks sparked fears for future of historic building
A petition has been launched in Brechin to save the town’s historic cathedral.
Sir, - I was a little surprised by SNP depute leader Angus Robertson’s remarks about Scotland’s food and drinks industry in The Courier (May 30).
Churches across Britain have been urged to review security arrangements as a precaution after the terrorist attack in Normandy.
Sir, - I read with interest your article on the Government’s attempt to tempt GPs out of retirement to avert the growing manpower crisis within the National Health Service.