Letters

  • 22 October 2014

    I NOTE with interest the Agenda article by Alan Middleton ("College closure has hampered the impact of Games on the East End", The Herald, October 18), and wish to correct any misconception that Glasgow Kelvin College is not continuing to support the work begun by one of its legacy colleagues, John Wheatley College, in the east and north-east of Glasgow.

  • 22 October 2014

    I WELCOME the chief constable of Scotland's new focus on re-educating bad drivers at the roadside, rather than necessarily prosecuting them ("Police target bad drivers in 'stop and warn' clampdown", The Herald, October 20).

  • 21 October 2014

    NICOLA Sturgeon will shortly pick up the reins as First Minister from Alex Salmond.

  • 21 October 2014

    I WOULD suggest that the vast majority of people would bite your hand off for what, according to a survey, is a "comfortable" pension of £24,364 per year ("Pension pots are falling short", The Herald, October 20).

  • 21 October 2014

    I WOULD like to outline a few truths about the pastime known as crofting ("Unearthing the harsh realities of life on Scotland's 19,000 crofts", The Herald, October 17).

  • 21 October 2014

    WE were delighted to see the Agenda article from Jim Hume ("Mental health must no longer be treated as a Cinderella service", The Herald, October 20), raising concerns over the adequate provision of mental health services in Scotland.

  • 21 October 2014

    I AM increasingly amused at the lengths to which we, as a society, go to re-invent the wheel.

  • 21 October 2014

    THOUGH the great American composers of last century get little publicity these days, it was a sheer delight to see the crowds flocking into Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on Sunday to hear those great melodies of George Gershwin.

  • 21 October 2014

    I DON'T object to the charge of 5p for a carrier bag but I do strongly object to paying for the privilege of advertising for retailers.