You have to take the government to court if you want the truth.
PHOTOS AND VIDEO: The Asian Hercules III super crane dwarfs all around it as it passes Broughty Ferry
The tallest church spires of Broughty Ferry were no match for one of the world's biggest floating cranes this week.
Sir, - During the recent controversial legal battle between the RSPB and Mainstream Renewable Power (MRP) over the Neart na Gaoithe (NNG) offshore wind turbines, we have witnessed via articles and adverts numerous beneficial claims by MRP in relation to local job creation and investment in Scotland associated with the £2 billion planned development.
A giant Highland Perthshire wind farm has been ruled out by the Scottish Government after they said it would scar the landscape.
Sir, - It would be helpful if when Rev Dr John Cameron writes about other churches, he gets his facts right (July 25).
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).
Sir, - I have recently arranged to change my energy supplier.
Sir, - Having read Allan MacDougall’s letter (March 10) I’m astonished how he managed to cram in contradiction, inconsistency, junk science, political grievance, indulge in class warfare and undertake to be economical with the truth all in a few hundred words.
Ore Valley Housing Association has finalised a deal with the European Energy Efficiency Fund for a £4.6 million green energy project.
Sir, - Jim Crumley’s article, Madness over Beaver Fears (November 7) was excellent and drew attention to the unfortunate reaction some farmers have had to beavers in their burns and ditches.