Sir, – I was amazed at the headlines asking for volunteers to grit the pavements (“Volunteers needed to grit Angus pavements”, Courier, August 11).
Supporters of Boris Johnson believe his latest ploy to propel himself on to the front pages has revived his Tory leadership chances and given him another possible crack at Number 10.
Sir, – In a negotiation usually both parties set out their position, and then gradually come together to a mutually agreeable outcome.
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.
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.
The Duke of Cambridge prayed at the most sacred site in Judaism when he visited the Western Wall in Jerusalem’s Old City.
Dundee's "biggest ever" celebration marking the end of the holiest month on the Islamic calendar welcomed thousands of people.
Thousands of people across Tayside are celebrating the end of the holiest month in the Islamic calendar.
Sir, – I’m sick to death of having my face rubbed into Union Jacks.
A centuries-old Perthshire kirk which was outgrown by its congregation has gone on the market.