Letter: Councillors’ food expenses
Letters
Letter: Councillors’ food expenses

Councillor Redman must have been feeling a bit peckish as he has munched his way through £658.28 all by himself – almost 50 per cent of the total claim.

Thought for the Week
Columnists
Thought for the Week

I believe that people are inherently good and if we look for that good, we should find it, even if it is deeply hidden.

Letter: Safety first and cycling
Letters
Letter: Safety first and cycling

It is apparent that many cyclists refrain from wearing high visibility clothing and, also more significantly, do not use helmets for adults or children.

Columnists
Thought for the Week

I believe that people are inherently good and if we look for that good, we should find it, even if it is deeply hidden.

Columnists
Has summer snapped shut?

Iain McKerral spotted the sou’wester wearer but said he was still wearing shorts and a tee shirt as he intends to be in complete readiness for the return of summer.

Columnists
Thought for the week

The weakest is their coach as he ensured the boys had what little food was available and took nothing for himself.

Columnists
Pedestrian crossings

To meet the terms of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 or successive legislation either signalised zebra crossings or underpasses should be installed.

Letters
Letter: Councillors’ food expenses

Councillor Redman must have been feeling a bit peckish as he has munched his way through £658.28 all by himself – almost 50 per cent of the total claim.

Letters
Letter: Safety first and cycling

It is apparent that many cyclists refrain from wearing high visibility clothing and, also more significantly, do not use helmets for adults or children.

Obituary: Regius professor and Scottish law commissioner
Obits
Obituary: Regius professor and Scottish law commissioner

Many former students have tweeted their sadness at the news of his death. One wrote: ‘Who could ever forget the lesson from a tale that began: ‘Imagine I wished to enter into a contract to purchase some black silk sheets…’

Obits
Adam Bergius 1925-2017

A NAVY man who feared battleships and volunteered for ‘special service of a hazardous nature’, surviving the Second World War, was laid to rest in Kintyre last weekend.