Letters

  • 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.

  • 21 October 2014

    I OFTEN wonder who buys all the expensive garments and gadgets regularly featured in the Saturday magazine.

  • 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).

  • 20 October 2014

    BRIAN Quail's letter (October 15) sums up many of the reasons why people who voted Yes would still be angry and still gather in George Square - and why claiming "only a No vote saved the country" rings so hollow to so many.

  • 20 October 2014

    FOR 15 years or so I have been walking from Bellahouston Park with a guide, along with a dozen or so like-minded people, under the auspices originally of Glasgow City Council and now under Glasgow Life.

  • 19 October 2014

    The members of the Network of International Development Organisations in Scotland (NIDOS) and the Scotland Malawi Partnership (SMP) welcome the opportunity for civil society organisations to have some input to the Smith Commission process and will be making submissions to it.