I THANK James Sandeman (Letters, January 26), for his kind comment on my problem with bus lanes (Letters, Janauary 22).
HAVE 60 cyclists really been injured on Edinburgh's tramlines?
IT is good to hear that Royal Mail has improved its parcels performance ("Royal Mail enjoys uplift", The Herald, January 23).
D BENNETT writes (Letters, January 24) about audience members who had the bad manners to talk incessantly throughout a performance at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.
THE deaths of the Saudi king and Leon Brittan are unrelated except in what they tell us about the nature of the British state.
THIRD-SECTOR organisations are mostly in the front line of efforts to tackle poverty but there is growing recognition that we must also address its causes.
ROBERT McNeil's gentle six week post-operation exercise regime with progression to gym on Tuesday and yoga classes on Wednesday has clearly been worthwhile (""Regular exercise: To do or not to do?
RECENT correspondents have commented on various aspects of travel.
I FULLY appreciate Brian Chrystal's comments regarding golf clubs and their administration(Letters January 23) but I feel he takes too rosy a view in light of the current problems being experienced by our golf clubs.
WINSTON Churchill was undoubtedly a great war leader ("Myth of reckless egoist who was last of the imperialists", The Herald, January 21, and Letters, January 22 & 23).
JOHN Sinclair's letter (January 20) and the concerns he raises about the lack of public toilets in Milngavie are commendable.
The failure to date to publish the Chilcot report is a national scandal.
The report on the Coalition Government's intention to force asylum seekers to travel to Liverpool to appeal their case makes disturbing reading.
WHILE outside Westminster all will applaud the call of your call for the early publication of the Chilcot report and "full and forensic enquiry" into the circumstances behind our disastrous invasion of Iraq, not many will be confident we will ever get down to unvarnished truth (PM must grasp the nettle and release the Chilcot report, Editorial, January 18).
At last someone, namely Iain Macwhirter, has had the courage to put into print exactly what I feel about religion (We can,we should, we will continue to mock, criticise and ridicule religion, Comment, January 18.) He emphasises two of the most basic problems with at least two religions, Christianity and Islam.
Flower of Scotland has a good tune and has become our informal sporting anthem for the moment (Voices on ...